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In the age of "all on-line shopping", Professors Ezrachi (Oxford) and Stucke (Tennessee) explore the three main dangers they see in using increasingly sophisticated algorithms to adjust prices and track consumer preferences: "computer colluding", "behavioral discrimination" and "frenemy relationship" between service platforms and application developers. A book that is sure to make us think twice before our next Internet purchase click.
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