Digitalization has not only brought the advantages, but also drawbacks. One of the drawbacks can be in the form of potential challenges to competition law that was established in the conservative era. The United Kingdom is one of the states that has been alert to the issue of monopoly in the digital era. Therefore, the paper will take a comprehensive comparison to measure Indonesia’s and the United Kingdom’s measures in preparing its competition authorities to embattle data-driven monopoly. The outcome of the paper will be a reflection to be more alert to drawbacks in the digital market, especially data-driven monopoly.
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