Publications

Publications

, Kibbe on Liberty
Podcast: Censorship Is a Big Government Problem, Not a Big Tech Problem
Wayne Brough & Adam Thierer

From Kibbe on Liberty:

Matt Kibbe is joined by the R Street Institute’s Adam Thierer and Wayne Brough to discuss the state of free speech on the internet. With Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter,…

, Congressional Record
Podcast: Interview with Shoshana Weissmann: Moderating Social Media and Section 230
Shoshana Weissmann

As social media platforms have evolved, how people use social media has changed drastically. What used to be a way for people to stay in touch with friends and family is now a key information source…

, Tech Policy Press
A Module Playbook for Platform-to-Researcher Data Access
Chris Riley

Modularity is a form of multistakeholder, co-regulatory governance, in which modules—discrete mechanisms, protocols, and codes—are developed through processes that include a range of…

, The Washington Times
FTC writing new internet rules to safeguard users’ search, health and location data
Brandon Pugh & Chris Riley

From The Washington Times:

The Federal Trade Commission is working on new internet privacy rules affecting the gathering, analyzing and selling of people’s data rather than waiting for Congress…

, R Street Institute
Radio: Ron DeSantis and Florida politics with Jonathan Bydlak and Ed Dean
Jonathan Bydlak

The R Street Institute’s Jonathan Bydlak discussed Ron DeSantis, elections and all things Florida politics on the Ed Dean Morning Show on WBOB Jacksonville.

, The New York Times
Does Fusion Voting Offer Americans a Way Out of the Partisan Morass?
Eli Lehrer

From The New York Times:

…Under fusion voting, multiple parties can nominate the same candidate, who then appears more than once on the ballot. Proponents say it allows voters who don’t feel…

Radio: What Energy Policy Will Look Like With a Divided Government
Josiah Neeley

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:
Energy and gas prices continue to be a top priority for Americans. But with a divided Congress.. Republicans in the House, Democrats in the Senate… what…

Opposition to the Department of Labor’s Proposed New Independent Contracting Rules
Steven Greenhut

November 21, 2022
U.S. Department of Labor
Wage and Hour Division
200 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, D.C.  20210

Re: Employee or Independent Contractor Classification Under the Fair Labor…

, The Newnan Times-Herald
Lawmakers likely to focus on economy and education, not social issues, in 2023
Marc Hyden

The upcoming 2023 legislative session was always going to be a bit of a wild card.

Legislative turnover was high—around 50 incumbent legislators did not run for re-election—which…

The Perfect Congress? Opportunities for Advancing Good Policy in 2023 and Beyond
Jeff Vanderslice

After a long wait and many surprises, it is now clear that the House of Representatives will be controlled by Republicans at the start of the next Congress. “Control” of the Senate will remain…

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