In 2006 Google’s acquired YouTube for $1.65 billion, and Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion in 2012. Many dismissed these purchases as indulgences of cash-rich tech behemoths, and federal regulators took no action. But, these acquisitions were far from frivolous. They shut out potential competitors, strengthening Google’s market dominance in search and Facebook’s in social media. And, now […]
Adam is a law professor at Michigan State University and directs its IP, information and Communications Law Program. His research interests focus on telecommunications, administrative law, and computational approaches to law. Adam is also a leader in gamification in legal education, designing and producing the first online criminal procedure course that relies on a video game based loosely on GTA.