TechFreedom is pleased to announce that Jason Kuznicki has joined our team of defenders of free markets, free speech, and civil liberties. As Editor-in-Chief, he will be leading our editorial content strategy. Jason’s editorial vision and rigorous refinement of our content will enable us to be more effective thought leaders in tech law and policy.
Jason is a seasoned expert in curating and polishing classical liberal insights. Before joining TechFreedom, Jason served as a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the editor of Cato Books and the online debate journal Cato Unbound. Previously, he was an assistant editor of the Encyclopedia of Libertarianism. Jason has thought carefully about the intersection of government and technology, not least in his first book, Technology and the End of Authority: What Is Government For?, and will bring that keen analysis to his work at TechFreedom.
“I am thrilled to be joining TechFreedom in this role,” Jason said. “TechFreedom has been a leading voice in the defense of First Amendment rights, and I am proud to join an already talented team in the fight against government over-regulation of online speech, which threatens free expression, free association, and the open Internet. I can think of no better organization to help preserve free expression and tech innovation.”
Jason received his Ph.D. in history from Johns Hopkins University; his work was offered a Fulbright Fellowship and a Chateaubriand Prize. He also holds a B.A. from Case Western Reserve University.
Jason may be contacted at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter at @JasonKuznicki. Some selected publications, presentations, and speeches by Jason include:
- Jason Kuznicki discusses the ethics of libertarianism, What Would You Do? Podcast (Feb 2. 2022)
- The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder: The First Amendment and the Censor’s Dilemma (Oct. 29, 2021)
- What Is Classical Liberal History? (Winter, 2019)
- The Future History of Liberty (Fall, 2018)
- Technology and the End of Authority: What Is Government For? (Palgrave, 2017)
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