Economic Liberties Explains Facebook and Google’s Toxic Business Model and How to Hold the Platforms Accountable
Washington, D.C.— As Facebook and Google allow dangerous conspiracy theories and violent rhetoric to go viral on their platforms, the American Economic Liberties Project today released “Ending our Click-Bait Culture: Why Progressives Must Break the Power of Facebook and Google,” a new policy quick take that explains why antitrust enforcement, combined with changing the rules that protect Facebook and Google’s business model, is the only way to sustainably address their range of harms.
May 28, 2020 - The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to reports that President Trump will be issuing an executive order regarding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Economic Liberties & Open Markets Institute Encourage FCC to Consider Importance of Market Structure in its Communications Marketplace Report
Washington, D.C. — The American Economic Liberties Project and the Open Markets Institute today submitted a comment to the Federal Communications Commission, encouraging the agency to document the importance of decentralized markets, measure and describe market structures, and maintain local media ownership rules in its 2020 Communications Marketplace Report.
Washington, D.C. — The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in support of a new class-action lawsuit: Fusion Elite All Stars v. Varsity Brands, et al.
May 15, 2020– The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to reporting from the Wall Street Journal, which indicates the Department of Justice and a group of state attorneys general are likely to file antitrust lawsuits against Google.