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Regulating Big Tech: Policy Responses to Digital Dominance

Martin Moore and Damian Tambini

Abstract

This book has compiled the tech policy debate into a toolkit for policy makers, legal experts, and academics seeking to address platform dominance and its impact on society today. It discusses the global consensus around technology regulation with recommendations of cutting-edge policy innovations from around the world. It also explores the proposed policy toolkit through comprehensive coverage of existing and future policy on data, antitrust, competition, freedom of expression, jurisdiction, fake news, elections, liability, and accountability. The book identifies potential policy impacts on g ... More

Keywords: tech policy debate, platform dominance, global consensus, technology regulation, policy toolkit, global communication, user rights

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2021 Print ISBN-13: 9780197616093
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2021 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780197616093.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Martin Moore, editor
Director of the Centre for the Study of Media Communication and Power in the Department of Political Economy, King's College London

Damian Tambini, editor
Associate Professor, London School of Economics

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Introduction

Damian Tambini and Martin Moore

Part I Enhancing Competition

1 Reshaping Platform-Driven Digital Markets

Mariana Mazzucato, Josh Entsminger, and Rainer Kattel

2 Reforming Competition and Media Law

Sarah Hartmann and Bernd Holznagel

Part II Increasing Accountability

5 Obliging Platforms to Accept a Duty of Care

Lorna Woods and William Perrin

7 Accelerating Adoption of a Digital Intermediary Tax

Elda Brogi and Roberta Maria Carlini

Part III Safeguarding Privacy

Part IV Protecting Democracy

11 Responding to Disinformation

Chris Marsden, Ian Brown, and Michael Veale

Part V Reforming Governance

Conclusion

Martin Moore and Damian Tambini

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