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#188: Sex Offenders and Social Media

August 4, 2017

Sex offenders are often banned from playgrounds and schoolyards, but what about social networks? Should policymakers treat the virtual world the same as the real...


Weakening Section 230 Won’t Prevent Sex Trafficking

August 3, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, TechFreedom and the R Street institute led a diverse coalition of public interest groups in expressing concerns over the Stop Enabling...


#187: Engaging Cuba

July 31, 2017

Like most things in Cuba, the Internet is complicated. While only a tiny percentage of homes have WiFi, nearly a third of Cubans went online...


FCC Should Rethink its Media Regulation

July 6, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Yesterday, TechFreedom and the Competitive Enterprise Institute urged the FCC to modernize its media regulations to keep up with the rapidly evolving video content industry, especially...


It’s Official: EU Antitrust Law Isn’t about Consumer Welfare

June 27, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, the European Commission announced that it had imposed a record $2.7 billion fine against Alphabet. The EC alleges that Google violated...


Closing the Door on Cuba Will Harm the U.S. and Stifle Tech

June 16, 2017

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, President Trump is expected to announce his intent to reverse current policies that have opened up travel to and trade with...