The Federal Trade Commission (sort of) explains how exactly it defines anti-trust behavior.

This may be good news for leading tech firms: For the first time in more than a century, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has defined what "competition" means and what constitutes "anti-competitive behavior." The decision is significant for companies like Google, Facebook, Intel, and Apple, which have all received unwanted scrutiny from the FTC—though it may not clear things up as much as they would like.

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The Federal Trade Commission (sort of) explains how exactly it defines anti-trust behavior.

This may be good news for leading tech firms: For the first time in more than a century, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has defined what “competition” means and what constitutes “anti-competitive behavior.” The decision is significant for companies like Google, Facebook, Intel, and Apple, which have all received unwanted scrutiny from the FTC—though it may not clear things up as much as they would like.

Read Full Story