We’ve heard the saber rattling from big tech critics who want to break up Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google. They claim they are helping the little guy and that they want more competition. But, new weapons these critics seek would give federal regulators unprecedented power — and undermine our democracy. Read more at the East […]
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Carl Szabo is an expert in communications and Internet policy. As Policy Counsel, he analyzes tech-related legislative and regulatory initiatives relevant to online companies.
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Don’t Assume the Supreme Court Will Open the Door For New Internet Taxes State tax collectors are counting on a vote from Justice Thomas to put them over the top. Knowing that Justice Thomas isn’t a fan of the dormant commerce clause, one of the many issues at play in Wayfair, these tax-advocates are already counting […]
For those conservatives fully aware of how the First Amendment works and who still call for government action against Facebook, I just say: Cut it out. The solution for conservatives’ concerns about social media platforms is to vote with your feet and use a different platform. Stick to your principles and forget about the temporary insanity of […]
If a business decides to favor your point of view, you would likely see that as a good thing and spend more time on that platform. Conversely, you would be less likely to spend time on the opposing platform. But at the end of the day, businesses must be allowed to do as they see […]
The Daily Caller – SORRY, CONSERVATIVES: You Don’t Have Free Speech On Facebook Or Twitter If a business decides to favor your point of view, you would likely see that as a good thing and spend more time on that platform. Conversely, you would be less likely to spend time on the opposing platform. But […]
NetChoice Support for MD HB 740/SB693 – Tickets
WIBV TV – Online sellers await Supreme Court ruling on sales tax collection Carl Szabo, vice president of Net Choice, an e-commerce trade association, says it cuts both ways. For example, he says a smaller Main Street business that decides to go online and sell would be forced to comply immediately with thousands of tax […]
Why would anyone oppose positive steps to stop sex-trafficking? This week, Sen. Wyden introduced two commonsense amendments to the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA). Wyden’s first amendment adds dedicated funding for law enforcement to fight sex-trafficking. Wyden’s second amendment helps platforms take-down content related to sex-trafficking… Read more->
NetChoice is a trade association representing eCommerce businesses all of whom share the goal of promoting convenience, choice, and commerce on the Net.