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Antitrust in the digital sector: an overview of EU and national case law

In ten years, digital has become one of the main focuses, if not THE main one, of antitrust enforcers in Europe and worldwide. The digital transformation of all developed economies has raised new issues that traditional antitrust tools may or may not be able to address. The perceived “enforcement gap” when it comes to the digital world, and especially platforms, has prompted agencies in various corners of the world to ponder whether a revamp of our antitrust regulations may be required to face the new challenges that result from digitalization. There is an inherent difficulty in circumscribing the “digital sector”, though. Today, digital is everywhere: retail, banking, health, travel, medias, music – everything has become digital. From a computer or their phone, consumers can access

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Laurence Bary, Marion Lecole, Antitrust in the digital sector: an overview of EU and national case law, 30 June 2022, e-Competitions Antitrust in the digital sector, Art. N° 107112

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