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Europe Doesn’t Know What to Do with Google Antitrust “Concerns”

May 21, 2012

Today, the European Union announced the “preliminary conclusions” of its antitrust investigation into Google, forbearing from filing an “official” complaint and giving the company an opportunity to...


Today’s Approval of PCLOB Nominations a Long-Overdue Victory for Privacy and the Rule of Law

May 17, 2012

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved five nominations to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) today.  The following statement can be attributed to Berin...


Marcus and Szoka Letter to Editor in 5/17/2012 Wall Street Journal

May 17, 2012

Constitution Says a Census Count, Not an Interrogation Your editorial “ The GOP’s Census Takers ” (May 12) rightly celebrates the importance of statistical information...


Toward a Greater Understanding of Internet Activism through Public Choice, Economics

May 7, 2012

In the lead essay for the “Cato Unbound” symposium this month, I analyze recent political movements that have been aided by Internet-based communication by positing...


Join TechFreedom at the Tech Policy Summit June 6-7 in Napa

April 27, 2012

You’re invited to join TechFreedom at the sixth annual Tech Policy Summit , taking place June 6-7, 2012 at the Silverado Resort in Napa Valley....


Free Market Coalition: Amend CISPA to Preserve Freedom, Prevent Gov’t Overreach

April 20, 2012

The House of Representatives is expected to vote next week on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (“ CISPA ”). TechFreedom and...