The Open Competition Center advocates for a rule-of-law, consumer-based approach to antitrust regulation. We support open competition among companies, labor, and at the ballot box.


China-Backed TikTok Destroys DOJ Narrative by Emerging as Strong Competitor to Google

In an forthcoming antitrust suit against Google, the Department of Justice (DOJ) is attempting to depict the company as having such an overbearing market share in the search engine industry that they are preventing competitors from entering the market. As both parties are accumulating evidence, the evolving rise of China-backed…


FTC Chair Khan Ignores Experts in Pursuit of Politically Motivated Suit Against Meta

Since President Biden appointed radical academic Lina Khan as Chair of the Federal Trade Commission, she has embarked on an ambitious, aggressive agenda to weaponize antitrust law against big businesses solely for the sin of being successful. In pursuit of this agenda, Khan has torn away at the independence and…


In Antitrust Report, House Makes Much Ado About Nothing

This week, the House Judiciary Committee published the final report regarding its “Investigation of Competition in the Digital Marketplace: Committee Report and Recommendations.” While most of the reporting on these documents argue that they “show tech giants pushing out competitors,” the documents generally show healthy, necessary economic competition…