The Hill – Tech’s road to economic demise is paved with good intentions

The Hill – Tech’s road to economic demise is paved with good intentions

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) recently laid out his plan to “solve” modern day tech issues. But despite his good intentions, he has proposed policies that would break down our greatest economic engine – the tech industry.

The 20-page white paper call “Potential Policy Proposals for Regulation of Social Media and Technology Firms” represents noble ideas that would result in knee-capping American innovation, promoting increased market consolidation, and undermining privacy – all while leaving the problems the paper seeks to solve unaddressed.

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The State of Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law and Enforcement, and Their Development, Since the Pitofsky Hearings

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The State of Antitrust and Consumer Protection Law and Enforcement, and Their Development, Since the Pitofsky Hearings

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Intersection Between Privacy, Big Data, and Competition

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Intersection Between Privacy, Big Data, and Competition

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Identification and Measurement of Market Power and Entry Barriers, and The Evaluation of Collusive, Exclusionary, Or Predatory Conduct or Conduct That Violates the Consumer Protection Statutes Enforced by the FTC, In Markets Featuring “Platform” Businesses

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Identification and Measurement of Market Power and Entry Barriers, and The Evaluation of Collusive, Exclusionary, Or Predatory Conduct or Conduct That Violates the Consumer Protection Statutes Enforced by the FTC, In Markets Featuring “Platform” Businesses

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Consumer Welfare Implications Associated with The Use of Algorithmic Decision Tools, Artificial Intelligence, and Predictive Analytics

NetChoice Response to FTC Request for Comments on The Consumer Welfare Implications Associated with The Use of Algorithmic Decision Tools, Artificial Intelligence, and Predictive Analytics

NetChoice Coalition Letter on California SB 1121 – Business Community Requests to be Included in AB 375

NetChoice Coalition Letter on California SB 1121 – Business Community Requests to be Included in AB 375

NetChoice Comments on New York State Board of Elections Proposed Rulemaking

NetChoice Comments on New York State Board of Elections Proposed Rulemaking 

NetChoice Veto Request for Vermont H.593 – Costly and Burdensome Double Opt-in of Auto Renewals

NetChoice Veto Request for Vermont H.593 – Costly and Burdensome Double Opt-in of Auto Renewals