June 11, 2020 – Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller spoke with Fast Company about the economy after COVID-19 and how democratic institutions can take on the consolidation of private power.
June 10, 2020— Bloomberg highlighted Economic Liberties’ newest quick take on tech, which explains why antitrust enforcement, combined with changes to Section 230, is needed to sustainably address Facebook and Google’s range of harms.
June 10, 2020 – In an exclusive report, Axios spotlighted Economic Liberties’ latest quick take, which explains Facebook and Google’s harmful ad-driven business model and the steps that should be taken to end the click bate driven culture they created.
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.
June 8, 2020 – Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller spoke to the Daily Beast about growing momentum to break up monopolies and complementary efforts to protect workers, consumers and small businesses during COVID-19 by taking on corporate power.