Antitrust Antitrust

Comment: New FTC chair's views of privacy a blank slate

The 21-page questionnaire Lina Khan submitted to Congress in connection with her nomination to the US Federal Trade Commission cites “antitrust,” “competition” or “monopoly” 48 times. “Privacy” is mentioned only in the title of a single, 2018 conference where Khan spoke on the “Threat of Global Tech Monopolies.”

Khan did not mention privacy

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