Sagers Appears in Slate and Times of London; Other News

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, wrote in Slate Magazine with Robert Lande of the University of Baltimore about the censorship of conservative views on social media platforms. They observe that if that censorship happens, it does seem objectionable, but that it might have been avoided if the same conservatives now complaining had given more support to our antitrust laws when they might have helped control the growing power of those platforms.
Sagers was also quoted in The Times of London about the likelihood of American antitrust action against the online retail firm Amazon.
Sagers also took part in a blog symposium on the one-year anniversary of Amazon’s acquisition of the grocery chain Whole Foods.
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