Calls for changes to antitrust law, and how antitrust laws should be applied to the conduct of large technology companies, have been heating up in recent years. Now, the push for wide-scale changes to antitrust law has reached a boiling point. Indeed, President Biden’s sweeping July 9, 2021 Executive Order on competition policy and a bipartisan package of proposed Bills may signal that at least some degree of federal and/or legislative change is on the horizon. On July 9, 2021, President Biden signed Executive Order 14036, Promoting Competition in the American Economy, which contains 72 initiatives seeking to coordinate the federal government’s response to what it sees as pressing competition issues and the threat of the rise of large corporations.  With respect to the technology
The US President Joe Biden signs an executive order containing 72 initiatives seeking to coordinate the federal government’s response to what it sees as pressing competition issues and the threat in the rise of large corporations
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