Edited by Arno R. Lodder and Andrew D. Murray
Competition is a general EU topic that is not addressed in a particular Directive or Regulation related to e-commerce. There have been some high-profile competition cases over the years, including in the formative years the Microsoft Explorer and Windows Media Player cases, and in more recent year the Commission has focused its attention on various activities of the e-commerce giant Google. Magdalena anad Sonia Jozwiak (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Polish Competition Authority) authored this chapter, which analyses this wide and complex area as it applies specifically to e-commerce. Keywords: competition law, antitrust law, google, microsoft
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