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Szoka to Testify Today Before U.S. Senate on Privacy Self-Regulation

June 28, 2012

TechFreedom President Berin Szoka will testify on privacy and self-regulation at today’s livestreamed hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. As he explains...


Europe’s Antitrust Charges Against Google Won’t Stick

June 21, 2012

In an  article  now online at Foreign Affairs, TechFreedom President Berin Szoka and International Center for Law and Economics Executive Director Geoffrey Manne explore the European...


FTC Privacy Goals Could Test Limits Of Agency’s Authority

June 8, 2012

TechFreedom President Berin Szoka was recently cited in BNA on the final  FTC Privacy Report . As he explains, the commission has argued that the...


Antitrust Groundhog Day, Starring Senator Kohl

May 24, 2012

Today, Geoffrey Manne , Executive Director of the International Center for Law & Economics, TechFreedom Senior Adjunct Fellow, and Lecturer in Law at Lewis &...


The Census’ Broken Privacy Promise

April 2, 2012

Jim Harper quotes Adam Marcus’s CNET piece and suggests the FTC would not recognize a “fascinating trove” exception if a private company were to release...


Congress Finally Appoints Ohlhausen to FTC, Much-Needed Voice of Restraint

March 30, 2012

Yesterday the Senate confirmed the nomination of a new FTC Commissioner, Maureen K. Ohlhausen, as well as the re-nomination of FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz. The...