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Topic: Antitrust Lawsuits

Antitrust Lawsuits refer to legal actions taken by government agencies or private parties against companies accused of engaging in anticompetitive practices that harm consumers and the market.

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The podcast episodes cover several examples of antitrust lawsuits and investigations targeting major tech companies and industries, including a class-action lawsuit against Live Nation and Ticketmaster over alleged monopolistic practices, an antitrust suit by the Justice Department against Live Nation and Ticketmaster, and a major antitrust lawsuit filed by the Justice Department against Apple over smartphone market dominance.

These episodes highlight how antitrust laws are being increasingly utilized to address concerns about lack of competition and the dominance of large corporations in various industries.

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