September 3, 2020— The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) approval of Intercontinental Exchange Inc’s (ICE) $11 billion acquisition of Ellie Mae, a technology platform for the mortgage finance industry.
September 1, 2020 — With momentum building to take on big tech, Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller spoke to The Washington Times about the House Antitrust Subcommittee’s plan of action and why Congress must address concentrated corporate power.
Colorado Sun: Big Tech asserts its influence in Colorado, but the U.S. Senate candidates aren’t willing to discuss it
September 1, 2020 — Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller spoke to the Colorado Sun about the ways big tech monopolies harm small businesses, and the growing, bipartisan movement to break their power.
August 31, 2020— Axios covered Economic Liberties’ latest report “Close to Home: How the Power of Facebook and Google Effects Local Communities,” which details how Facebook and Google are hollowing out local communities by serving as vectors for misinformation while hobbling local journalism and collecting taxpayer subsidies.
Economic Liberties’ New Paper Highlights Facebook & Google’s Damaging Effects on Local Communities and Outlines Solutions
August 31, 2020—Economic Liberties released “Close to Home: How the Power of Facebook and Google Effects Local Communities", an analysis of the ways Facebook and Google have harmed local businesses and destroyed local journalism, exposes the political strategies they use to extract subsidies from local communities, and details solutions