What We Do

TechFreedom digs deep into the hard policy and legal questions raised by technological change. We’re bullish on the future: for the most part, it’ll be great — if we let it. If those in power can resist the all-too-natural impulse for stability and control. We craft policy frameworks that allow for experimentation, innovation, and evolution, that help people adapt to change, instead of trying to fight it, that focus on clear problems. In short, we teach policymakers how to be friends, not enemies, of the future.

The future will be as grand, and as particular, as we are.

Virginia Postrel

Recent Posts

Democrats Pretend to “Save the Internet” with Sham Net Neutrality Bill

March 6, 2019

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, Congressional Democrats introduced the “Save the Internet Act,” a bill that purports to restore the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order (OIO)....

Republicans Propose Net Neutrality Legislation for Third Time as Democrats Stonewall

February 7, 2019

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, the Communications and Technology Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing on “Preserving an Open Internet for...

TechFreedom v. TechPopulists: Our Look Back at 2018

December 28, 2018

2018 was the year of the “Techlash,” a souring of attitudes towards Internet companies, and the Internet itself. It also marked a new phase in...

#242: Hybrid Networks and the Future of Wireless

November 26, 2018

The proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile raised a plethora of concerns from both regulators and the general public. In response, the Federal Communications Commission...

TechFreedom Files Comments on NTIA Privacy Framework

November 13, 2018

WASHINGTON D.C. — On Friday, TechFreedom filed comments on a request for comments from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) on “Developing the Administration’s Approach...

#241: Journalists v. Trump

November 8, 2018

President Trump is known for his aggressive attitude toward the media, but do his actions and statements represent a violation of the First Amendment? In...