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Daniel Mandrescu

The selected post for this edition concerns a Dutch national case dealing with an alleged abuse of dominance by an online platform known as Funda. The Dutch judgement covers the most debated matters in the context of competition law and online platforms, namely the market definition and discriminatory practices with respect to the platform users. In this regard the Dutch judgement is an important one as the alternative approach pursued by the Dutch court indicates that the current views on these two contentious matters may manifest differently in practice. For those who have read the original post online it may be worth having another read as the discussion on market definition has been updated.

Daniel Mandrescu, Phd-Fellow Competition Law and Innovation, Europa Institute, Leiden University, The Netherlands. For correspondence: <>.The original post was published on 6 April 2018 on the CoRe Blog <>.


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