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Antitrust Round-Up 2021: What's In Store For Competition Policy in 2022?

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In 2021, we've seen countless bills, suits, and changes in the US and Europe designed to "Break Up Big Tech". What does this mean for 2022?

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Will antitrust enforcement in the name of anti-tech fervor reshape American competition policy?

From this summer's House Judiciary antitrust package and Chair Khan's changes at the Federal Trade Commission to the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, more and more of our government officials are calling for more aggressive antitrust enforcement to go after large tech businesses.

But won't current calls to break up Big Tech leave Americans without affordable and convenient technology for decades to come? How will this impact users, consumers, and our wallets?

Hear the experts tackle the tough questions surrounding the latest antitrust pushes in Congress, the future of competition policy, and more November 30 @ 12pm ET.

  • Sam Bowman, Director of Competition Policy at the International Center for Law and Economics
  • James Czerniawski, Senior Policy Analyst at Americans for Prosperity
  • Mark Jamison, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
  • Tom Hebert, Executive Director at the Open Competition Center
  • Moderated by Kir Nuthi, Public Affairs Manager at NetChoice
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NetChoice is a trade association of eCommerce businesses with the goal of promoting convenience, choice, and commerce on the net.

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