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Digital regulation: Have competition policy tools failed?

The regulation of the digital economy cannot rely solely on the tools of competition law or compliance law. A new mode of regulation that is more anticipatory than punitive is necessary and is accompanied by the return of a pro-active State on the markets.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. As soon as a legal field appears, its novelty is immediately challenged by its "so-called" predecessors. This was the case with European Union law, whose originality and independence are still not accepted by the fine specialists in international law more than sixty years after its constitution. Admittedly, several concepts of the one are used in the other, but this is not enough to diminish their particularities. As far as digital law is concerned, the latter has, first of all, been the subject of an attempt to enlist the help of compliance

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Jean-Luc Sauron, Digital regulation: Have competition policy tools failed?, February 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2021, Art. N° 98507, pp. 2-3

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