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11.08.2020
news
The company is deemed to be restricting competition in the tech market, and stifling the route to market of a parental control app.
06.08.2020
news
The president of CADE, Alexandre Barreto, signed at a ceremony held on 3rd of August, the Digital Transformation Plan of the 2020/2021. The document aims to establish guidelines to expand CADE's performance in offering digital solutions for services provided to society, as well as promoting the reduction of infrastructure costs.
16.07.2020
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The Administrative Council for Economic Defense revoked a precautionary measure that suspended the partnership between Facebook and Cielo that intended to make payments via WhatsApp viable. The companies recently presented information to the municipality that removed the competition concerns identified at first, which is why CADE decided to revoke the previous decision. CADE, however, is still analyzing whether or not companies should notify the operation to the local authority.

26.06.2020
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The German Federal Supreme Court confirmed that Facebook must comply with the German antitrust authority's decision on collecting user data. According to the source, the court's position sets a precedent for other similar rulings.
18.06.2020
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The European Commission plans to formally charge Amazon with a monopoly over the attitude of the American online giant to sellers on its platform. It is reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the situation. According to one of them, this can happen next week or at the end of June.
16.06.2020
news
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has not agreed on the purchase by Yandex of the ‘Vezet’ taxi aggregator, as the deal would have led companies to dominate the taxi market in more than half of the Russian regions.
13.01.2020
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Recently it was announced that for the first time China had included the internet industry in the planned revision and overhaul of its antitrust legislation, potentially giving regulators the power to regulate the increasingly dominant technology giants effectively.
20.12.2019
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EU antitrust authorities are considering tightening their policies on IT corporations, forcing them to ensure equal conditions in the market.
17.12.2019
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With this case we are starting the series of publication devoted to the descriptions of digital cases examined by  the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federations. The fiches were prepared by the analytical team of the BRICS Competition Centre.
11.12.2019
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Earlier in September, we reported about the antitrust investigation launched in the United States regarding Google's marketing activity.
28.11.2019
news
The Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS) allowed Rostelecom to buy 55% of T2 RTK Holding LLC (operating under the Tele2 brand), the service’s website reported .
16.09.2019
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The biennial Conference will be the key events in antimonopoly enforcement enabling top-level discussions about the state of competition policy and law, and developing coordinated approaches based on the best world practices
25.07.2019
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The workshop is co-organised by the BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, CLES@UCL and Insper. Participants will discuss interim stage of the preparation of the report on "Antimonopoly Regulation in the Digital Economy", which will be presented in September 2019 as part of the BRICS International Competition Conference.

22.05.2019
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The questionnaire is designed to assist policy makers and competition authorities in BRICS countries when dealing with new challenges arising from the digital economy. It aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the business ecosystem that of the digital economy, features of its value chains and bottlenecks and areas of reform for the benefit of the sector.  
14.05.2019
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Round table on the topic of "Antimonopoly regulation for the digital economy in the interests of the BRICS countries"
19.04.2019
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The report "Research on the state of competition in the digital markets of the BRICS countries" was discussed in China.