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A Skeptical View of Information Fiduciaries

Date Published: February 25, 2019

In the Harvard Law Review, Lina Khan and David Pozen explore ways to disrupt the emerging consensus by identifying a number of lurking tensions and ambiguities in the theory of information fiduciaries, as well as a number of reasons to doubt the theory’s capacity to resolve them satisfactorily.

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Wealth, Power, Control, and Command Private Monopoly and the American Worker

Date Published: July 15, 2018

In this paper for the AFL-CIO Commission on the Future of Work and Unions, Barry Lynn takes an introductory look at the political origins of America’s monopoly problem, provides some sense of the magnitude of the problem, and briefly assesses some of the specific ways in which big tech corporations such as Google and Uber make the monopoly problem worse.

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