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Congress Must Protect Online Speech from Frivolous Lawsuits

February 2, 2016

WASHINGTON, DC — Today, TechFreedom and a coalition of free-market groups urged Congress to protect Americans against malicious or frivolous litigation that threatens to stifle...


Garcia court’s indecent manipulation of copyright to censor speech.

March 2, 2014

Some things are just indecent. Some might be so indecent that we want judges to use the law to prevent the harm, outrage, and disgust...


Video Game Censorship Makes Forbes List of 2013’s Most Ridiculous Bans

January 3, 2014

2013 saw so many products outlawed that Forbes writer Eli Federman compiled a list of the year’s top five most ridiculous bans. Coming in at...


State Lawmakers Again Trying to Justify Video Game Censorship: Berin Szoka in HuffPo

November 19, 2013

Still smarting from their blow-out loss at the Supreme Court two years ago, state legislators are laying the groundwork for a new push to censor...


Our Verizon v. FCC Amicus Brief Mentioned in PCWorld

September 5, 2013

The Free State Foundation, free market think tank TechFreedom and other critics of the net neutrality rules argue in their brief that the U.S. government could police...


POM Wonderful: FTC Ban on Food Health Claims Violates First Amendment, Due Process

August 21, 2013

Today, TechFreedom joined the Alliance for Natural Health in an amicus brief asking the D.C. Circuit to strike down an FTC order requiring POM Wonderful...