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. The future isn’t a place we can design, it’s an ongoing, never-ending process of trial-and-error. In general, we’re for letting that process play out. Of course, it’ll be messy; it always has been. There will be real problems to confront; there always have been. But there are no tidy, top-down “solutions,” only adaptation, evolution, and policy frameworks that are better and worse at encouraging both. Crafting those frameworks is what we do. TechFreedom tries to write simple rules for a complex world — rules that focus on clear harms; rules can change and evolve over time; rules that leave people free to tinker, innovate and experiment; rules that unleash ingenuity rather than trying to direct it. In short, we teach policymakers how to be friends, not enemies, of the future.


Berin Szoka
Dan Benavente
Chief Operating Officer
Ashkhen Kazaryan
Director of Civil Liberties
Ian Adams
Vice President of Policy
James Dunstan
General Counsel