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Article by David Hyman and William E. Kovacic
*David A. Hyman is a Professor at Georgetown University Law Center. From 2001– 2004, he served as Special Counsel to the Federal Trade Commission. William E. Kovacic is the Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy at the George Washington University Law School. He served as General Counsel at the FTC from 2001–2004, and was a Commissioner from 2006 to 2011, chairing the agency from March 2008 to March 2009. He currently is a Non-Executive Director of the United Kingdom’s Competition and Markets Authority. The views expressed herein are the authors’ alone.
We received exceptionally helpful comments from Bob Gellman when this paper was presented at the 10th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference (May 2017). We also want to acknowledge the helpful comments we received from other attendees at the conference, including Aaron Burstein, Pam Dixon, Sharon Bradford Franklin, Zachary Goldman, David Gray, Lance Hoffman, Chris Hoofnagle, Cam Kerry, Siona Listokin, Bill McGeveran, Joanne McNabb, Terrell McSweeny, Whitney Merrill, Hannah Meyer, Ira Rubenstein, Jay Stanley, Peter Swire, and Omer Tene.