Reuters “Hyperbolic attacks on platforms won’t help solve the tech issues of today,” Carl Szabo, vice president of the group, said in the statement. “It’s obvious that Facebook is hugely invested in ensuring that its platform won’t be misused to aid election interference.”
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Kansas City Star “By preventing the use of interest-based ads, this bill will result in more ads, more paywalls, and less content,” said Carl Szabo, vice president and general counsel of NetChoice, a group that represents the tech industry. “Sen. Hawley’s bill undermines small online businesses trying to compete with large incumbents by preventing them from making […]
NetChoice Response to Sen. Warren’s Medium Post “Here’s how we can break up Big Tech” Consumers and Small Businesses would lose from Sen. Warren’s proposal to break-up Amazon, Facebook, and Google Senator Warren’s new draconian attack on tech threatens to throttle innovation, kneecap user experience, increase prices for goods, and threaten America’s leadership in tech. It seems […]
Tax Notes – Concern Builds That Congress Could Act on Wayfair in Must-Pass Bill Davison, Wayfair Inc.’s counsel George Isaacson of Brann & Isaacson, and Steve DelBianco of NetChoice initially met with the MTC in July to discuss industry’s proposal for federal legislation that would put conditions on the implementation of Wayfair. The discussions continued […]
State Tax Notes – States and Online Marketers Set Date for Post-Wayfair Dialogue George Isaacson of Brann & Isaacson, Steve DelBianco of NetChoice, and Hamilton Davison of the American Catalog Mailers Association laid the groundwork for such discussions in July when they met with the Multistate Tax Commission’s executive committee in Boston.
The Daily Caller – Maybe Brett Kavanaugh Can Save Conservative Supreme Court Justices From Their Judicial Activism Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s consideration for the bench could pull Supreme Court’s conservatives back from their recent lurch into judicial activism. Nowhere else was this judicial activism by Conservative judges more apparent than in last month’s 5-4 Supreme Court […]
The Daily Caller: A Primer For CONFUSED Conservatives On The First Amendment And Free Speech On Social Media Conservatives value a strict adherence to principles because of what can happen when a society drifts from its core values. It’s crucial they remember these principles in the age of the internet. As President Ronald Reagan said, […]
Remembering the Lessons of Right to be Forgotten — A Ruling for Crooks, Felons, and Malpractitioners Last month, Google released an updated transparency report on the impact of the EU’s notorious “Right to be Forgotten” (RTBF) ruling made almost four years ago. This controversial policy requires Google to take down search results when EU citizens demand it. While these requests […]
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