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When most people think of antitrust, they think of money: collusive deals to fix the price of a computer component or even tuna, or an abuse of market dominance that sticks consumers with a more expensive (and perhaps inferior) product. But in a brave new world where personal data is every bit as valuable as currency, is privacy the next frontier in antitrust litigation?

Ben Hancock

Ben Hancock is a San Francisco-based reporter covering litigation, technology, finance, and the future of law. He can be reached via email at bhancock@alm.com or on Twitter: @benghancock

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