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Ofcom publishes paper examining challenges of regulating online services

Tuesday 29 October 2019 | 17:05 CET | News
UK regulator Ofcom has published an economic perspective on the opportunities and challenges of regulating online services. The 'Online Market Failures and Harms' paper examines how online dangers could relate to each other.

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