Articles in “United States”

Charting a new course for tech competition

As the internet has become more and more centralized, more opportunity for anticompetitive gatekeeping behavior has arisen. Yet competition and antitrust law have struggled to keep up, and all around … Read more

A bipartisan step for net neutrality

Today, Representative Mike Coffman (R-CO) took two important steps towards protecting net neutrality. First, he’s signing the discharge petition that could force a vote on the Congressional Review Act (CRA) … Read more

White House releases new VEP charter

This morning, the White House released a new version of the Vulnerabilities Equities Process (VEP). We want to thank Rob Joyce, and the rest of the NSC staff working on … Read more

Fighting Crime Shouldn’t Kill the Internet

The internet has long been a vehicle for creators and commerce. Yesterday, the Senate introduced a bill that would impose significant limitations on protections that have created vibrant online communities … Read more