DotEcon was commissioned by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to conduct an evaluation of five recent CA98 decisions taken by the CMA (or the Office of Fair Trading – OFT – the CMA’s predecessor) with regard to both direct … Continue reading
June 2018 : Evaluation of direct impact and deterrent effect of CA98 cases: A report for the CMA
June 2018 : Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) publishes DotEcon report evaluating the impact of recent CA98 cases.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have published a report by DotEcon evaluating the deterrent effect of five Competition Act 1998 (CA98) decisions taken by the CMA and OFT. Conducted as part of the CMA’s continual evaluation programme, the review … Continue reading
November 2015 : Only a few bad apples?
Apple recently announced that it had started to remove hundreds of apps from its App Store because they were sending personal data without the users’ knowledge or permission. Research by SourceDNA, building on a previous study conducted by researchers at Purdue University, found … Continue reading
June 2015 : Commercial use of Consumer Data
This report presents the findings of our factual research into the commercial use of consumer data. The report was commissioned by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) as part of its wider project to understand fully how businesses collect and … Continue reading
June 2015 : CMA publishes DotEcon and Analysys Mason study on the commercial use of consumer data
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published our factual research on the commercial use of consumer data. Together with information obtained following a call for input launched by the CMA in January 2015, this report is part of the … Continue reading
February 2015 : DotEcon commissioned by the CMA to research the commercial use of consumer data
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has appointed DotEcon, together with Analysys Mason, to carry out factual research on the collection and use of consumer data in three example UK sectors. The three sectors on which the research will focus … Continue reading