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Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition

CTIC’s mission is to forge a collaborative community of researchers and students committed to learning and advancing the discipline of law and technology to help scholars, legislators, and regulatory authorities develop policy and legal frameworks in the areas of competition law, intellectual property, Internet and privacy law, emerging technologies, health care and life sciences law, and entertainment and media law.

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Economics of Digital Services EODS

Economics of Digital Services Initiative

This joint initiative of CTIC and Penn’s Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences funds independent research on digital platforms’ uses of data and algorithms and their effect on market dynamics and antitrust policymaking and regulation. Read more about the initiative and the projects and findings.
Watch the playback of the Third EODS Research Symposium

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1 World Connected

CTIC’s 1 World Connected initiative provides a data-driven foundation for efforts to bring the unconnected online and close the digital divide.

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CTIC’s

News & Views

Catch up on CTIC events, faculty publications and appearances, media items, and other developments in this monthly newsletter.

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CTIC’s
2022-2023 Annual Report

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News and Events

Tue, March 19, 2024

A Fireside Chat with FTC Chair Lina M. Khan

The Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition and the Penn Carey Law Antitrust Association are honored to welcome Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina M. Khan, presented in conversation with moderator Melissa Bredbenner L’25, President, Penn Carey Law Antitrust Association.Welcome remarks will be given by Sophie Z. Lee, Dean and Bernard G. Segal Professor of Law at Penn Carey Law.  This event is open to current Penn students and faculty. 

Watch video playback of Legal Models for Psychedelics: Ethical, Clinical, and Practical Implications

1/31 event co-presented by CTIC and Penn Medical Ethics & Health Policy

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Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition

ctic@law.upenn.edu

University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
3501 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6204

Caroline Olson

Managing Director

cmolson@law.upenn.edu