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

Don’t Let Texas Break the Internet, TechFreedom Urges Supreme Court

May 18, 2022

Last week, just two days after hearing oral argument, and without issuing an opinion, the Fifth Circuit stayed a district court order blocking enforcement of...


FCC Must Not Overstep Authority to Prevent Digital Discrimination

May 17, 2022

The 2021 infrastructure bill allocates $65 billion for broadband and commands the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to make rules to “facilitate” equal access to broadband,...


Letting Texas’s Unconstitutional Online Speech Code Take Effect Is “Startlingly Radical”

May 11, 2022

Today, just two days after hearing oral argument, and without issuing an opinion, the Fifth Circuit stayed a district court order blocking enforcement of HB...


Has Congress really thought through its latest antitrust proposals?

May 10, 2022

Americans should be able to trust that their members of Congress will consider all the implications of the bills they write. On February 2, we...


Revisions to the Merger Guidelines Should Be Incremental

April 22, 2022

Yesterday, TechFreedom filed comments to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in response to the agencies’ Request for Information regarding potential...


Outsourcing USF Governance to Private Entity Violates Constitution: New TechFreedom Amicus Brief

April 18, 2022

Today, TechFreedom filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to hold that the Federal Communications Commission’s “private delegation”...