Privacy in the Digital Era: Who Controls Private Data?

– November 30, 2022

“To preserve freedom for posterity, liberty minded policy makers should be working to stymie the government’s ability to capture and control data in the digital commons.” ~ Leslie Corbly

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Chipping Away at Corporate Welfare

– November 29, 2022

“Not only does increasing economic freedom cost far less than subsidizing chip manufacturing, it will aid US manufacturers in all areas, including the increasingly important telecom sector.” ~ April Liu & Robert E. Wright

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The Wages of Washington’s Economic War on China Are Not Cheap

– November 23, 2022

“To make up lost revenue, the US industry may become more dependent on government largesse and ultimately less vibrant and dominating. Ultimately, making policy more like China risks turning US industry into something more like China’s.” ~ Doug Bandow

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Perfect Failure in Pursuit of Perfect Competition

– November 21, 2022

“The DMA is but another of Europe’s self-inflicted regulatory wounds. Sadly, it will also affect the ability of giants of Silicon Valley to continue delivering progress in the US and across the globe.” ~ Robertas Bakula

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From a Shadow Constitution to a Network State

– November 19, 2022

“With The Network State, Balaji Srinivasan has written a startup manual. Those two different-but-overlapping domains (ought to and how to) might seem confusing at first. But together, they’re a one-two punch against legacy powers.” ~ Max Borders

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Public Health Amidst a Smart Pandemic

– November 14, 2022

“Government officials and big tech alike should take seriously that with the rise of big data comes a corresponding concern about privacy and transparency.” ~ April Liu and Ryan M. Yonk

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A Seat at the Table: The Risks of Complacent Data Privacy Governance

– November 8, 2022

“Absent meaningful reforms to data privacy, the US risks standing idly by as governments around the world craft their own standards, at times inspired by doctrines antithetical to fundamental human rights values.” ~ April Liu & Ethan Yang

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The Revolutionary Trigger

– November 7, 2022

“We have a duty to confront a vital-but-uncomfortable question: at what point must Americans take it upon ourselves to revolt? In other words, what is the revolutionary trigger?” ~ Max Borders

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Flatcoins: A More “Stable” Stablecoin?

– November 1, 2022

“If successfully developed, flatcoins will join the ranks of other digital assets like Bitcoin, providing individuals and institutions with monetary solutions outside fiat currencies.” ~ Peter C. Earle & David Waugh

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Privacy in Social Media: The Paradox Doesn’t Exist

– October 28, 2022

“Looking deeper into the factors driving the privacy problem would be much more efficient than alleging that individuals’ privacy-related actions don’t line up with their claims.” ~ April Liu

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As Meta Searches For the Future, Lina Khan Aims to Suffocate It

– October 26, 2022

“Whatever Meta discovers through its intrepid search for tomorrow, we’ll all be smarter for it having ventured a vision unlike the present. Too bad Lina Khan is so eager to blind us to the essential knowledge Meta is trying to create.” ~ John Tamny

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Consumer Privacy Laws Aren’t About the Public

– October 24, 2022

“Privacy laws do nothing to prevent the government from accessing information collected in the private sphere. Instead, businesses are burdened with red tape while government agents enjoy easy access to the databases they want to tap.” ~ April Liu & Leslie Corbly

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