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Wednesday, January 27 • 3:55pm - 4:45pm
Tech Competition: What Can Biden Learn From The Last Tech-ade Under Obama and Trump?

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Regardless of your position on competition policy, the last decade witnessed enormous growth in Internet platforms spanning both the Obama and Trump Administrations. The COVID-induced recession may have exacerbated existing concentrations in the Internet marketplace. The Biden Administration pledges to "build back better." Competition policy is an important part of the economic recovery for working Americans. This panel will look at competition during the Obama and Trump administrations and what lessons, if any, the new Biden competition policy officials can learn from their approaches to competition in the Internet marketplace. 

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Leah Nylen

Technology Reporter, POLITICO

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Jennifer Huddleston

Director of Technology and Innovation Policy, American Action Forum
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Sarah Miller

Executive Director, American Economic Liberties Project
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Ashley Baker

Director of Public Policy, Committee for Justice
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Charlotte Slaiman

Competition Policy Director, Public Knowledge

Wednesday January 27, 2021 3:55pm - 4:45pm EST