Judges Don’t Use Uber

“Uber is a transportation company”, says senior advisor to the European Court of Justice Maciej Szpunar. If the ECJ were actually to adopt the same attitude as the Polish legal advisor, then Uber in Europe could soon be what its service UberPOP is today: history. The EU’s court is implementing the same crackdown on the […]

Google’s Open-Access Policy is basically ‘Competition for Dummies’

The Android-iOS competition that surfaced with the appearance of the smartphone is a wonderful example of how free-market competition puts down emerging monopolies. The first generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, revolutionised the mobile-industry for decades to come. In the third quarter alone, Apple, as a company that had never produced a firmware for […]