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Historic Antitrust Case Against Google Adds Momentum in the March to Break Big Tech’s Monopoly Power

October 20, 2020— The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement after the U.S. Department of Justice announced it had filed a Section 2 antitrust suit against Google narrowly focused on its abuse of its online search monopoly.

Economic Liberties, Equitable Growth & Open Markets Urge DOJ to Reverse Consolidation in the Banking Industry

October 16, 2020 — As the Department of Justice reviews its Bank Merger Competitive Review guidelines, Economic Liberties and our progressive partners submitted comments, urging DOJ to take meaningful steps to reverse consolidation in the banking industry, and finance more broadly.

Revise Section 230 to Make Our Internet More Open & Free

October 15, 2020—Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to an announcement by Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai that he intends to move forward with rulemaking to clarify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. 

Fed Should Reject Morgan Stanley’s Eaton Vance Bid

October 8, 2020 - The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to reports that Morgan Stanley intends to buy fund manager Eaton Vance.

Economic Liberties’ New Explainer Lays Out What to Expect from Antitrust Cases Against Google

October 8, 2020 — The American Economic Liberties Project today released “What You Need to Know About Section 2 of the Sherman Act,” a new policy quick take that explains how Section 2 antitrust cases work, and what a case against Google might look like.