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Big Tech is More Essential Than Ever. That Won’t Stop Antitrust Hawks.

April 10, 2020 - In an exclusive report, Protocol interviewed Executive Director Sarah Miller about the Freedom from Facebook and Google coalition, which she co-chairs, and Economic Liberties’ new working paper, “Addressing Facebook and Google’s Harms Through a Regulated Competition Approach,” which offers a roadmap for reining in tech’s most pernicious duopoly.

Key Medical Supplies Were Shipped from U.S. Manufacturers to Foreign Buyers, Records Show

April 1, 2020 – As hospitals run out of all forms of personal protective gear, life-saving ventilators, and more, The Intercept interviewed Policy Analyst Olivia Webb to discuss medical supply shortages and the policies needed to create a more resilient supply chain.

Ventilator Shortages Caused by Failed Antitrust Approach

March 31, 2020 - Economic Liberties released the following statement calling on lawmakers to begin an investigation of all mergers associated with crisis-related medical essentials that were cleared by the antitrust agencies over the past fifteen years.

Local news outlets struggle to survive coronavirus fallout

March 29, 2020 – As media outlets struggle to weather the coronavirus crisis and big tech takes more and more ad revenue, Economic Liberties’ Executive Director talked with The Hill about the policies needed to curb Google and Facebook’s pernicious business model.

How Will the Spending Be Spun?

March 26, 2020 - The New York Times talked with Executive Director Sarah Miller about the CARES Act and how it will likely increase corporate concentration and economic inequality.