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Richard Steuer, May 15, 2015
In the United States, the application of the antitrust laws to electronic commerce has progressed incrementally over the years. At first, the conventional wisdom was that electronic commerce was too new a phenomenon to expect the antitrust laws to keep up, but electronic commerce has existed now for some three decades and that rationalization no longer rings true.
For the most part, the rules applicabl...