Arezki reports on national competition cases, especially in France, Germany and Benelux. He joined us in 2019 from Acuris, where he spent four years covering mergers and antitrust in France and Benelux for the Mergermarket, Dealreporter and PaRR services. He started his career at French economic newspaper La Tribune and holds Masters degrees in international economics and journalism from Paris University Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Selected Insights by Arezki
Google, Facebook, Twitter and other platforms may see new obligations to swiftly remove terrorist content online passed this year.
WhatsApp, Signal and other messaging services may face new EU obligations to cooperate with law-enforcement agencies.
Google’s appeal of a French injunction to negotiate with press publishers is a sharp judicial test for the French competition authority’s bold use of interim measures.
Google's eight-figure fine from French data regulator CNIL for breaching EU privacy rules is proportionate and should be upheld.
Retailers should be responsible for algorithms leading to pricing collusion, Portuguese regulator saysOnline retailers using pricing algorithms that lead to pricing collusion, whether directly or indirectly, should be held responsible for any anticompetitive misconduct arising from that, the head of Portugal's competition authority has said.