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Online intermediaries have emerged as the railroad monopolies of the 21st century, controlling access to market and increasingly determining who wins and who loses in today’s economy. Their dominance drives inequality and afflicts citizens and business-owners in all corners of American society.


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Open Markets Statement on AT&T/Time Warner Decision

Date Published: June 12, 2018

In response to Judge Richard Leon’s decision in the AT&T/Time Warner case today, the Open Markets Institute has released the following statement:

Earlier today, Judge Richard Leon permitted the mega-merger between AT&T and Time Warner to proceed. The decision is a big loss for the public. The vertical integration between a distributor – AT&T – and a creator of entertainment – Time Warner –  paves the way for an even more concentrated and closed telecommunications industry.

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New York Times: Amazon vs. Barnes & Noble

Date Published: May 7, 2018

David Leonhardt recommended Lina Khan’s Yale Law Review article, 2017 Times op-ed, and Open Market Institute’s letter on Amazon’s business practices in his article about “the growing power of gigantic technology firms like Amazon” and “the larger problems that Big Tech behemoths are causing.”

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In America today, wealth and political power are more concentrated than at any point in our country’s history.

The Open Markets Institute, formerly the Open Markets program at New America, was founded to protect liberty and democracy from these extreme -- and growing -- concentrations of private power.

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