Consumer Costs Estimated at $15 Billion Annually
A media availability to discuss a three-day public workshop that will explore the potential anticompetitive effects on e-commerce of certain state regulations, and how certain e-commerce business practices may raise antitrust concerns. The regulations impose costs on consumers that, according to some estimates, may exceed $15 billion annually.
Timothy J. Muris, Chairman
Wednesday, July 17, 2002
Federal Trade Commission - Room 481
Reporters unable to attend in person may participate by phone using the following information: 1-800-720-5830 Chairperson: Bruce Jennings; Confirmation #: 13029107.
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