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EU vs. Google: Regulators Still Fighting the Last War

April 15, 2015

Today, EU antitrust authorities began another lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of abusing its dominance of the European search market to favor its own...


The Anti-Consumer Origins of Anti-Trust Law

September 28, 2014

Historian Jim Powell explains, in FDR’s Folly: How Roosevelt and His New Deal Prolonged the Great Depression: Considering how passionately New Dealers condemned monop­olies, it’s curious...


Time to Overhaul Outdated Video Regulations: TF & ICLE File Joint Comments with Senate Commerce Committee

March 19, 2014

TechFreedom and the International Center for Law & Economics have filed joint comments in response to questions from the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and...


Sprint acquiring T-Mobile runs risk of “regulatory contagion,” says TF’s Jon Henke

March 11, 2014

Sprint, America’s #3 wireless provider, is attempting to buy T-Mobile, the industry’s fourth-largest player. It’s unclear if regulators will approve the deal, but they’re certainly...


FTC: Technology & Reform Project Launches 12/16 with Conference keynoted by Commissioner Wright

December 10, 2013

As it begins its hundredth year, the FTC is increasingly becoming the Federal Technology Commission. The agency’s role in regulating data security, privacy, the Internet...


5 Rules for Antitrust in a High-Tech World

December 7, 2013

Former FTC chair Tim Muris nailed it back in 2010: Be wary of competitor complaints. When a competitor tells government that its rival acts unfairly,...