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FCC Should Reject Competitors’ Requests to Bar AT&T, Verizon from Spectrum Auction

March 13, 2013

Yesterday, TechFreedom filed comments asking the FCC to conduct the open auctions of spectrum reclaimed from broadcasters as Congress intended in passing the Spectrum Act...


ICANN Should Leave Concerns about “Closed” gTLDs to Antitrust Regulators

March 8, 2013

TechFreedom and the International Center for Law & Economics filed comments   yesterday urging ICANN to approve applications for “closed” generic Top Level Domains (gTLD)...


Celebrating Internet Freedom: Not Just a Day or a Slogan

January 17, 2013

Today, TechFreedom joins a diverse array of groups celebrating Internet Freedom Day. The following statement can be attributed to Berin Szoka , TechFreedom President: Today...


FTC Rightly Closes Google Antitrust Investigation Yet Sets Dangerous Precedent

January 3, 2013

Today, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it found no grounds for legal action on complaints about Google’s search and advertising practices. (The agency did,...


Time for Congress to Cancel the FTC’s Section 5 Antitrust Blank Check

December 20, 2012

A debate is brewing in Congress over whether to allow the Federal Trade Commission to sidestep decades of antitrust case law and economic theory to...


“The Spectrum Must Flow!”: The Need for Rule of Reason Analysis of Spectrum Transfers at the FCC

November 29, 2012

In comments on the FCC’s Policies Regarding Mobile Spectrum Holdings Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, TechFreedom urged the FCC to facilitate transfers of spectrum by eliminating the spectrum screen...