February 23, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
2020 sure was a crazy year in the world of antitrust. And 2021 is about to get even crazier.
From the House Judiciary Committee’s Report to federal antitrust regulators and state Attorneys General initiating lawsuits against Facebook and Google, more and more of our government officials are once again calling for more aggressive antitrust enforcement to go after large tech businesses.
Join us as we dive into how current calls to break up Big Tech could leave Americans without affordable and convenient technology for decades to come. We’ll examine the current lawsuits against Facebook and Google as well as the negative impact these policies could have on consumers and our wallets. Together, let’s learn just how dangerous overly aggressive antitrust enforcement can be.
Our super special guests:
- Elyse Dorsey, Adjunct Professor at George Mason University
- Jennifer Huddleston, Director of Tech & Innovation Policy at AAF
- Asheesh Agarwal, Deputy General Counsel at TechFreedom
- Carl Szabo, Vice President at NetChoice