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DOJ’s Section 230 Proposal Doesn’t Address Real Issues

September 23, 2020 — The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to a new proposal from the U.S. Department of Justice to modify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

Politico Morning Tech: FTC’s Slaughter on Trump EO

September 18, 2020 — Politico dug into “Rescuing Restaurants,” an Economic Liberties’ report written by Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik that exposes how predatory delivery apps have used abusive, deceptive, and often illegal practices to take control of the restaurant industry.

How to Protect Restaurants, Workers, and Communities from Predatory Delivery App Corporations

September 18, 2020– In support of the Protect Our Restaurants campaign, the American Economic Liberties Project today released “Rescuing Restaurants: How to Protect Restaurants, Workers, and Communities from Predatory Delivery App Corporations.”

Online Commerce Is Not Speech

September 18, 2020 - The American Economic Liberties Project submitted a comment to the Federal Communications Commission, arguing that policymakers should revise Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to make the legal framework underpinning the internet consistent with longstanding American democratic principles of dispersed power, openness, and clear liability rules for product harm.

American Prospect: Congressional Leader Lays Down Marker in Revolving-Door Battle

September 15, 2020 — Economic Liberties joined Congressman Grijalva in calling for Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Leader Mitch McConnell to reject executive branch appointments of corporate executives and lobbyists.