September 18, 2023 — Under Director Rohit Chopra, the CFPB has held scammers like Wells Fargo accountable, returning billions of dollars of Americans’ hard-earned money to their bank accounts; fought back against Wall Street and Big Tech’s discriminatory and anti-competitive behavior; ensured violating the law can no longer be written off as just a “cost of doing business;” and restored financial freedom to millions of Americans held hostage by the credit reporting cartel.
Factsheet: The FTC is Holding Corporate Actors Accountable, Protecting Small Businesses, Workers, and Consumers
July 13, 2022 (Updated September 2023) — While navigating a leadership transition during a pandemic, an historic merger wave, and unprecedented economic dominance driven by rampant concentration, Chair Khan is steering the FTC to protect working families and honest businesses with stronger law enforcement.
September 14, 2023 — This brief is about the Credit Card Competition Act, legislation that would mitigate a private sales tax of 2-4% levied through the credit card system on virtually every business, big and small.
September 11, 2023 — This policy brief from the American Economic Liberties Project analyzes how the upcoming Google search antitrust trial could impact the future and commercialization of artificial intelligence technologies.
Sept 7, 2023 — September version of Economic Liberties' monthly newsletter that covers the latest with the federal antitrust agencies — the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division — and other big developments in competition policy.
September 5, 2023 — This Economic Liberties fact sheet provides you with everything you need to know ahead of the DOJ's forthcoming antitrust trial on Google's search monopoly.