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Congressman Cicilline is a Fighter for Working People, Independent Businesses, Entrepreneurs & Local Communities

February 3, 2021 — Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to Congressman David Cicilline’s announcement that he will continue to serve as Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee.

Economic Liberties Explains Why Policymakers Must Ban Targeted Advertising

February 3, 2021 — As the Biden administration and Congress consider policy responses to the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, Economic Liberties released “How To Prevent the Next Social Media-Driven Attack On Democracy—and Avoid a Big Tech Censorship Regime,” a new policy brief that explains why confronting the gatekeeping power and corrupt profit motive of social media platforms is key to addressing online extremism.

Key Senate Committees Should Reject Antitrust Enforcement Nominees with Ties to Big Tech

January 27, 2021 — Economic Liberties, Public Citizen and 22 other groups sent a letter to U.S. Sens. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), urging the committee to reject Big Tech executives, lobbyists, lawyers, and consultants who are nominated for senior antitrust enforcement roles in the Biden administration.

40 Organizations Call on Biden to Appoint Antitrust Enforcers Without Big Tech Ties

January 18, 2020 - Today, 40 national, state, and local organizations representing millions of Americans concerned about the immense power of Big Tech corporations sent a letter (PDF) to President-elect Biden urging him to avoid appointing to key antitrust enforcement positions individuals who have served as lawyers, lobbyists, or consultants for Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google.

Biden’s DOJ Must Reverse Google-Fitbit Merger

January 15, 2021 — Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to Google’s announcement that it had finalized its $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit after a deadline passed for the Department of Justice to object to the deal.