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Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union
Biblio European Union,'' Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)''  +
Institution European Union  +
Legal conteEUt EU +
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Notes ==Interpretation Speculations== Art. 102
==Interpretation Speculations== Art. 102 TFEU: abuse of dominant position. * It is also applicable to the tying practice (see [[Communication from the Commission — Guidance on the Commission's enforcement priorities in applying Article 82 of the EC Treaty to abusive exclusionary conduct by dominant undertakings]]): in what measure can this provision help when IoT goods are bundled with dedicated services (e.g. [[Fitbit]] contractually imposes to us to use the good only trough the Fitbit Service or the Fitbit API; [[Filip]] device is usable only with Filip data driven service and AT&T wireless communication)? * But (when) can we talk about dominant position in an IoT world, where there is a relevant fragmentation of providers? Maybe in the case of aftermarkets (see [[Competition/Antitrust Challenges in Technology Aftermarkets]]). * When art. 102 is not applicable to the tying practce, is there any other legislation applicable to the matter?
ther legislation applicable to the matter?  +
Title Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) +
Topics Competition  +
Type EU Primary Law  +
Categories EU Primary Law , Competition
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