Freedom Minute Video: DOJ’s Frivolous Antitrust Witch Hunt Against Telecom

Watch CFIF Sr. Vice President and Corporate Counsel Renee Giachino discuss the U.S. Department of Justice’s frivolous antitrust inquiry against telecom...[more]

CFIF Comment to FCC: Encouraging More Private Sector Investment Must Be Focus of National Broadband Policy

CFIF filed its comment in response to the FCC’s April 8, 2009 Notice of Inquiry, which itself stems from the American Investment and Recovery Act of 2009. As part of that legislation, Congress directed the FCC to devise a national plan to achieve nationwide broadband access...[more]

If You Like How Big Government Runs the Post Office, You’ll Love How It Runs the Tech Industry

As The Wall Street Journal noted this week, the tech sector has helped lift the markets from their recent troughs. Contrary to historical norms, no stock market sector has outperformed technology this year, including traditional consumer staples and health care, which typically withstand economic recessions better than other sectors...[more]

“Net Neutrality” – Government Prepares to do to the Internet what it’s doing to the Auto Industry

By way of "Net Neutrality,” the federal government is preparing to do to the Internet what it has done to the auto industry, public schools, the tax code, the home mortgage industry, the postal service, the healthcare industry, the ethanol industry, the airline industry, freedom of political speech and the financial industry bailout...[more]

CFIF Urges Congress to Oppose Burdensome Regulation of the Internet

The Center for Individual Freedom this week joined with other national free market organizations to send a letter to the House of Representatives warning members against burdensome regulation of the Internet...[more]

Groundhog Day in Europe: EU Slams American Innovation... Again

Having failed to kill Microsoft in its multiple previous attempts, the European Union went back to the same old well again this week...[more]

Internet Freedom Jeopardized by Over-Regulation

The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), a leading constitutional and free market public policy organization, today voiced its opposition to the recently released "Net Neutrality" bill sponsored by Representatives Ed Markey and Chip Pickering...[more]

Telecommunications Companies Who Assisted War on Terror Must Be Protected Against Frivolous Lawsuits

When it comes to the debate about protecting telecommunications carriers from frivolous lawsuits filed by opportunistic trial lawyers after the carriers provided good-faith cooperation in the war on terror, this adage could hardly be more accurate...[more]

CFIF Urges Senate to Pass a Clean and Permanent Extension of the Internet Tax Moratorium

In an open letter to the United States Senate, the Center for Individual Freedom this week joined other national organizations in urging swift consideration of S. 156, the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act...[more]

U.S. House Temporarily Extends Internet Tax Moratorium, Misses Opportunity to Make it Permanent

The U.S. House of Representatives this week overwhelmingly passed a four-year extension to the moratorium that prevents states and localities from taxing Internet access...[more]

Free-Market Organizations to FCC:   Price Controls for "Special Access" Services = Bad Public Policy

In a letter sent today to each commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and key Members of Congress, 16 state and national free-market organizations expressed opposition to government-mandated price controls in the broadband enterprise marketplace, including special access services...[more] 

European Protectionism Targets American Companies, Worldwide Innovation

Unable to defeat American companies in the open marketplace, protectionist European bureaucrats are instead resorting to litigation and regulation to kneecap American companies and protect their own... [more]

The Malignant "Open Source" Movement:  Marxism Takes a 21st Century Name

There is a growing worldwide campaign referred to as the "Open Source" movement, of which many Americans haven't yet heard.  If successful, however, the consequences of this movement would be catastrophic for consumers in America and across the globe...[more]

CFIF Urges Congress to Make Internet Tax Moratorium Permanent

In a letter to all members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) this week joined more than two dozen state and national free-market organizations in urging Congress to make permanent the current moratorium on Internet taxes...[more] 

CFIF Cautions FCC Against Burdensome Internet Regulations

In a letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Kevin Martin, the Center for Individual Freedom this week responded to a — notice of inquiry — soliciting comments about the FCC's Internet policy...[more]

CFIF to FCC: Keep Radio Spectrum Auction Free and Fair

CFIF joined with other national free-market organizations in urging the FCC to ensure that the upcoming auction of 700 MHz of radio spectrum remains free, open and fair. Furthermore, the letter encourages the FCC to reject a proposal by the company Frontline, which would impose "network neutrality" regulations and restrict those who may bid for the spectrum…[Read the letter here (.pdf)]

CFIF Applauds Florida Legislature's Passage of Video Choice Bill

The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) today applauded the Florida Legislature's passage of the "Consumer Choice Act of 2007," predicting that the largest beneficiaries of more competition in the marketplace will be consumers across the state...[more] 

CFIF Encourages Governor Sonny Perdue to Sign Consumer Choice for Television Act Into Law

Following the Georgia House's lead, the state Senate last week overwhelmingly passed the Consumer Choice for Television Act, which, if signed into law, will result in long-overdue lower prices and more choices for cable TV consumers across the state...[more]

CFIF Applauds FCC's Notice of Inquiry into "Net Neutrality"
FCC's Notice of Inquiry Provides Opportunity to Advance the "Net Neutrality" Debate from Politicized Fiction to Honest Factual Conversation

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today announced that it will undertake a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) regarding so-called "Net Neutrality" regulations.  The Center for Individual Freedom, a constitutional and free market advocacy organization opposed to over-burdensome government regulation, hailed the Commission's inquiry as a positive step that will help to clear the air of the politics and misinformation currently dominating the debate... [more]

Three Southern States on Front Lines in Battle for Cable Competition

Unlike practically every other sector of the communications market, cable TV has managed to cling to its virtual monopoly power, helped by outdated rules in most states that discourage competition and keep consumers captive to whichever cable company holds an often-times exclusive franchise to service their respective towns...[more]

Massachusetts Concocts a New "Freedom" - Freedom to Raise Taxes and Punish Telecommunications Providers

Governor's New "Municipal Partnership Package" Will Stifle Telecommunications and Harm Consumers...[more]

Unnecessary Regulation of the Internet Is Harmful to Consumers

"Over regulation will delay innovation, stifle growth," says Free Market Advocacy Organization...[more]

"If You Can't Beat Microsoft, Sue 'Em" -- In Europe

Competitors Again Exploit European Antitrust Rules to Undermine Microsoft's Windows Vista...[more]

"Net Neutrality" - Corporate Welfare and Price Controls Have a New Name

Do you trust government to regulate the Internet, which has flourished precisely because government has left it alone?...[more]

Europe vs. America, and Why Elections Matter

This week's favorable Justice Department decision on the AT&T/BellSouth merger again contrasts the European and American approaches toward business affairs...[more]

E.U.'s Anti-Microsoft Vendetta Finally Provokes Consumer Backlash

European consumers and small businesses are suffering the effects of the European Union's continuing vendetta against Microsoft, and they're finally speaking up about it...[more]

When It Comes to Cable Service, Competition Is the Answer

Fights over and about the tools we use to communicate are nothing new in Washington. Through the late 1980s and 1990s, long-distance giants fought with local telephone companies in Congress...[more]

France Attacks iPod and Intellectual Property Rights

What will French lawmakers think of next? Legislating that Italian soccer players disclose to French goalies where they intend to kick the ball in future World Cup playoffs?...[more]

European Regulators Disregard Fairness, Undermine Property Rights (Again) ... While the U.S. Government Remains Silent

The European Commission (EC), in all its zeal to control competition worldwide by targeting successful U.S. corporations, has once again shown its anti-American stripes, disregard for fairness and contempt for intellectual property rights...[more]

CFIF Applauds Senate Commerce Committee Vote on Consumers' Choice and Broadband Deployment Act

Free-Market Group Calls it a Win for Consumers, Freedom and the Internet...[more]

CFIF Adds Its Voice to New Ad Campaign Against Regulating the Internet

The Center for Individual Freedom this week joined several other conservative and free-market organizations on a new ad campaign renewing our demands that Congress resist calls to regulate the Internet...[more]

Adobe v. Microsoft: A Developing Litigation Paradigm

Adobe's decision to sue Microsoft, a fellow American company, before the EU's European Commission (EC) is just the most recent example of this disturbing trend. It threatens consumers everywhere, invites further judicial interference with the free market, and portends increased European encroachment into American business and legal affairs...[more]

CFIF Calls On Congressmen Sensenbrenner and Conyers to Withdraw 'Net Neutrality' Legislation

As the House Judiciary Committee prepares to mark-up legislation sponsored by Chairman James Sensenbrenner and Ranking Member John Conyers that seeks to regulate the Internet under the guise of "network neutrality," the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) today called on Committee members to consider the unintended and harmful consequences of the legislation...[more]

CFIF Joins Coalition of Free-Market and Grassroots Groups Urging "No New Internet Regulations"

"America's technological preeminence is threatened by those who want the government to move in and regulate what entrepreneurs, investors, and visionaries have created," the ad reads. "We oppose network neutrality and any other form of regulation or taxation of the Internet. And we're fight to keep the Internet free," the ad continues...[more]

CFIF Salutes House Energy and Commerce Committee Members for Voting to Ensure Competition and Choice for Consumers

Statement of CFIF President Jeffrey Mazzella on the Committee's Passage of the Communications Opportunity, Promotion, and Enhancement Act of 2006...[more]

Bringing Competition to Cable Television

The lack of competition in the cable markets is causing quite a stir in Congress and state legislatures as cable and telephone lobbyists and local government officials trade words over the best and most economical way to get video services to consumers...[more]

Center for Individual Freedom Delivers More Than 3,000 letters to Majority Leader Boehner

CFIF has been a longtime advocate of keeping the Internet free of regulation and taxation. Two weeks ago, the organization conducted an Internet letter writing campaign on the issue of network neutrality...[more]

CFIF Ad Campaign Warns Against Regulating the Internet

The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) this week launched a series of print ads in an effort to derail Congressional action that will lead to regulation of the Internet...[more]

New CFIF Ad Urges National Cable Competition Law

"We want Congress to hear the voices of consumers weary of waiting for a choice in emerging video technologies while paying annual rate increases to cable for no good reason,"...[more]

Center for Individual Freedom Urges Senate to Enact Cable Franchise Reform

"Current regulatory climate is preventing competition in the marketplace and hurting consumers," says CFIF Presiden...[more]

Unneeded Government Regulation Would Slow 'Net's Growth, Stunt Potential

"The growth and success of the Internet as a tool for expanded commerce and the free flow of ideas can be directly attributed to the government's 'hands off the Internet' approach," said Jeffrey Mazzella, CFIF's president.  "Consumers have never witnessed the explosive growth of a new technology as they've enjoyed with the Internet.  It would be a grave mistake to risk slowing that growth and stunting the Internet's potential with unnecessary government rules and regulations."...[more]

CFIF Warns Congress Against Calls for ‘Net Neutrality’ Legislation
The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) today called on Congress to reject any temptation to impose regulations on the Internet, and reminded legislators that its growth and success as a tool for expanded commerce and the free flow of ideas can be attributed in large part to their resistance thus far to erect government mandated roadblocks...[more]

Federal Telephone Excise Taxes and You

Some readers undoubtedly know that they pay a three percent federal excise tax on telephone service.  Fewer may recall that the tax was enacted in 1898 as a temporary tax to fund the Spanish-American War and remains in place to this day, which is as good a reason as those countless others to be cynical about any government promise...[more]

CFIF Urges Governor Romney to Amend Massachusetts Wireless Services Policy

The Constitution of the Commonwealth clearly states that government action should not serve any specific private interest.  By initiating procurement favoritism, the new technology policy in fact serves those few companies and organizations that support your mandated technology...[more]

CFIF Urges Massachusetts to Reject New Red Tape for Cell Users

This week, CFIF joined a coalition of major organizations to urge Massachusetts legislators to reject a proposal to increase taxes and regulatory red tape on cell phone users...[more]

CFIF Tells to Congress to Slash Technology-Squelching Red Tape

This week, CFIF joined more than 30 groups representing millions of Americans to urge Congress to eliminate cumbersome regulations that are preventing new providers from competing with monopolistic cable companies...[more]

SBC’s Acquisition of AT&T: Win-Win for Consumers and Telecom Industry

What was once a market consisting solely of the infamous Ma Bell monopoly — broken up in 1984 — the telecommunications industry has exploded in the past couple of decades with many vendors offering new, competitive low-cost services...[more]

Interview with Johnathan Zuck on European Court's Microsoft Decision

Last week, on the radio program "Your Turn – Meeting Nonsense with Common Sense," the Center's Corporate Counsel, Renee Giachino, spoke with Jonathan Zuck, President of Association for Competitive Technology, about the recent ruling issued by a European court against Microsoft...[more]

CFIF Urges FCC Not to Increase Calling Card Costs

In a letter to the FCC, the CFIF urges the commissioners to resist any temptation to allow regulatory changes that would increase the cost of a phone call home for the men and women serving in America’s armed forces...[more]

CFIF Condemns European Court’s Decision Against Microsoft

The Center for Individual Freedom today condemned the refusal of the European Court of First Instance to delay the imposition of sanctions on Microsoft while its appeal of the European Union antitrust case is being decided. The decision forces Microsoft to immediately pay a whopping $664 million fine to the EU, and compels the company to make parts of its Windows operating system available to its competitors...[more]

A Letter to the California Performance Review Commission

In a letter to the California Performance Review Commission, the Center for Individual Freedom opposed the Commission’s recommendation for the state to implement a procurement preference in favor of open source software over proprietary software...[more]

CFIF Urges U.S. House of Representatives to Voice Disapproval of Eurpean Commission’s Recent Ruling Against Microsoft

In a letter to members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Center for Individual Freedom, together with other national organizations, requested that House members join with a bipartisan group of representatives and senators in articulating their own disapproval of the EC’s recent unfair decision against Microsoft...[more]

Accessing the Internet

By Senator George Allen: The Senate will soon vote on The Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act (S. 150), my bill that permanently prohibits taxes on a consumer's ability to access the Internet. This law should and must pass to advance Internet access and digital opportunity for all people in the United States...[more]

The Looming Debate over Privacy, Commercial Speech and the Fair Credit Reporting Act

With the 108th Congress in session less than a month, a showdown over privacy issues is already gearing up...[more] 

Campus Crackdown

"But everybody else is doing it... "It's the oldest excuse in the book.  The one that irks parents most, but universally utilized to justify youthful misdeeds.  While most of us tried the excuse to rationalize such relatively innocent behavior as wearing short skirts or breaking curfew, the rationalization has been adopted by thousands of college students to steal music, movies and other copyrighted works on the Internet...[more]

Hacking Through the Ivy: Moral Relativism at Princeton

We admit to a perverse fondness for stories relating the perfidies of academia, although we diligently attempt to mask that perversity by citing more serious principles for our interest. It is thus that we discuss Princeton University’s Internet second story job on Yale University’s admissions Website....[more]

Summer Reading Assignment:
Library Internet Pornography Filtering Case

The recent decision in American Library Association, Inc. v. United States is getting considerable attention because of the sexiness of the issue it addresses — access in public libraries to Internet pornography. The interest will likely still not inspire many to sit down and read the entire decision, which is decidedly unsexy. It is almost 100 pages long and filled with a multitude of technical terminology and legal citations. Don’t let that turn you off. This dissertation, rather opinion, is a must read for every First Amendment enthusiast and cyberspace junkie...[more]

Fears of DCS-1000: VALIDATED

In the grand scheme of things, post 9-11, in a time of government by finger pointing, this week’s story about a glitch with DCS-1000 is not large. The significance of it is.

Don’t know what DCS-1000 is? That’s intentional. Does the name Carnivore ring a stronger memory bell? It should. That’s the FBI computer intelligence program to covertly monitor e-mail of suspects, all preceded by appropriate warrants, all so carefully controlled as to not grab the e-mail of innocents. That’s what we were told. Well, crap called a rose won’t ever smell like one, and Carnivore renamed DCS-1000 to eliminate the ominous connotation of the name will not change the ominous reality of the program...[more]

"Trustworthy Computing"
Privacy and Security Deemed Microsoft’s Top Priorities

As cyber attacks become more rampant and privacy and security continually rank as chief concerns among consumers and businesses, the world’s largest supplier of personal computer software is responding with its new "Trustworthy Computing" initiative ... [more]

The Genie is Out of the FBI’s "Magic Lantern"

Since the tragic events of September 11, there has been considerable debate over increased government powers to fight the war on terrorism. Some of these new powers may be necessary, while others could result in more harm than good by eroding some of the fundamental freedoms that our constitutional republic requires.

The most recent debate centers on a new technology the FBI is reportedly developing called "Magic Lantern." ... [more]

Despite Political Obstructionism, Senate Extends Internet Tax Moratorium

At last, the principle of lower taxes and less government prevailed in preserving the economic engine of tomorrow over revenue-hungry state governors and Congress’ "Internet Tax Man."...[more]

Center Urges Immediate Senate Action on House-Passed Two-Year Extension of the Internet Tax Moratorium

In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D- SD) and Minority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS), the Center for Individual Freedom urged immediate Senate passage of H.R. 1552, the House-approved two-year extension of the Internet tax moratorium. Senate failure to pass the moratorium before its expiration on October 21, has opened the door to the type of "economic mischief" by state and local taxing authorities that Congress sought to prevent when it overwhelmingly approved the Internet Tax Freedom Act in 1998. Click here to view the letter.

Congressional Action on MOCA Unlikely This Session

The Justice Department’s announcement of its antitrust investigation into the recording industry’s online music ventures and the government’s focus on significant legislative priorities resulting from September 11 have eliminated the prospects for Congressional consideration of H.R. 2724, the Music Online Competition Act (MOCA)...[more]

Senator Changes Mind on Government Backdoor to Encryption Technology

In a 180 degree change of heart, Senator Judd Gregg (R-New Hampshire) announced on October 16 he will no longer seek to require government backdoor keys to encryption technology...[more]

Capitol Hill Agenda Significantly Altered in Wake of 9-11 Terrorist Attacks

A House Judiciary Committee mark-up scheduled for September 13 on H.R. 1552, the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act, has been postponed until further notice. However, Chairman James Sensenbrenner (R-Wisconsin) has suggested that he still plans to hold hearings on the issue. [more]

Compulsory Licensing of Music on the Internet: A Proper Role for Congress?

Traditional interpretations of the rules and regulations governing copyright protections are being subjected to significant new challenges based on their application to the Internet and other developing technologies. The insurgence of companies such as Napster has forced musicians and record labels to seek relief in the courts, and rightfully so, as music lovers globally were taking advantage of the new ability to download and copy limitless amounts of music without compensating copyright holders for their intellectual properties...[more]

To read a more on this subject, click here.

Owens Counters Fellow Governors’ Plea
Urges Congress to Extend Internet Tax Moratorium

In a move meant to counter his fellow governors’ plea for Congressional authority to shift states’ sales and use tax collection burdens to remote businesses, Colorado Governor Bill Owens is urging Congress to extend the three-year Internet tax moratorium set to expire in October...[more]

Extension of Internet Tax Moratorium Held Hostage by Our Nation’s Governors

It is unfortunate that our nation’s governors and their supporters on Capitol Hill are holding hostage an extension of the Internet tax moratorium set to expire in October. Apparently, more than 40 governors are sending a letter to Congress urging them not to extend the ban on new Internet taxes unless states are granted permission to shift their sales and use tax collection burden to out-of state merchants... [more]

House Judiciary Subcommittee Passes Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act

August 3, the House Judiciary Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee passed H.R. 1552, the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act... [more]

Congressman Boucher and the DMCA

Representative Rick Boucher (D—VA) intends to introduce legislation that would modify the Digital Millenium Copyright Act to provide less protection for the owners of digitally reproducible intellectual property...[more]

House Mandates Accountability for FBI’s Carnivore

The House of Representative this week, in passing the Department of Justice reauthorization bill, approved a measure that will bring accountability to the FBI’s Internet traffic surveillance system DCS 1000 or "Carnivore."...[more]

Center Applauds Representative Bob Goodlatte’s Introduction of Internet Tax Fairness Act of 2001

In a letter to Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-Virginia), the Center expressed its strong support for the introduction and swift passage of the Internet Tax Fairness Act of 2001. Goodlatte’s legislation makes permanent the current Internet tax moratorium and establishes much needed bright-line nexus standards for states’ imposition of business activity taxes. Click here to view letter

"Simplification" Is Not the Easy Answer

The Internet tax moratorium is set to expire in October, and the debate over its extension is being clouded by a coalition of states that fear an eroded tax base, as more consumers shop online. Some of these states are in the process of enacting model legislation that includes a "simplified and streamlined" sales tax system with the hopes of getting congressional approval to force remote merchants to collect and remit sales taxes on purchases made by their citizens...But the "simplifications" ...are anything but simple... [more]

House Energy and Commerce Committee to Consider New Internet Tax Measure

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Billy Tauzin (R-Louisiana) recently announced the committee’s intention to consider a new Internet tax measure in July. The new bill, being drafted by Representative Cliff Stearns (R-Florida), would exempt digital items (i.e. music, software and other intangible goods) sold over the Internet from sales taxes — even if Congress allows states to collect taxes from other online sales... [more]

Center Urges Support for S. 664, the New Economy Tax Fairness Act

In a letter to all members of the Senate Finance Committee, the Center for Individual Freedom expressed its support for S.664, the New Economy Tax Fairness Act, or NET FAIR. NET FAIR is a commonsense solution to a complicated issue, as it simply applies the nexus standards that currently govern catalogue sales to sales over the Internet. Such clear and uniform nexus standards will reinforce the constitutional protections afforded to remote vendors under the Commerce Clause by precluding states from forcing vendors to collect sales taxes for a state in which they do not have a physical presence. Click here to view letter

President Bush Expresses Support for Extension of Internet Tax Moratorium

The Bush administration recently expressed its support for extending the moratorium on Internet taxation. During a press briefing at the White House, Bush spokesperson Ari Fleischer reiterated the President’s campaign pledge to support an extension, and added that the president favors a permanent ban on all Internet access taxes….[more]

Center Announces Support for Making Internet Tax Moratorium Permanent

In a letter to Senators George Allen, Conrad Burns, John Warner and Judd Gregg, the Center for Individual Freedom expressed its ardent support for S. 777, the Internet Tax Non-Discrimination Act. The new bill would make permanent the moratorium on Internet taxes adopted by Congress in 1998. The current moratorium is set to expire in October. Click here to view letter

Chairman Hatch Unveils High Tech Priorities for Senate Judiciary Committee

Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, recently told members of the Utah Information and Technology Association that bolstering online copyright and privacy protections were top priorities on the committee’s agenda...[more]

Vice President Pledges Administration’s Support of Technology Sector

The vice president told the group of more than 900 attendees that the United States should make permanent current policies that ban Internet access taxes and encourage businesses to fund research and development efforts...[more]

The Center Joins Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee

The Center has recently joined forces with a collection of IT industry groups, non-profit associations and public interest groups as a part of the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee...[more]

Majority Leader Warns Against Congressional Privacy Legislation

House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas) today released a warning that a regulatory or legislative solution to on-line privacy may be the slowest and least effective way to address consumer concerns...[more]

House Energy and Commerce Committee Passes Anti-Spam Measure

On March 29, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce approved H.R. 718, a bill that seeks to curb unsolicited junk e-mail or "spam."...[more]

Privacy. . . the Congress starts to act. . . and act. . . and act. . .

The difficulty in balancing protections for consumer privacy rights, while not interfering with the booming digital economy through over-regulation of new technology has made privacy a hot-button issue for the 107th Congress. Already, numerous bills have been introduced this year...[more]

Privacy in a Digital World: Industry Must Lead or Government Will

By Hon. Orson Swindle Reprinted with permission from the Progress & Freedom Foundation
Orson Swindle is a Commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission. The views expressed here are his own, and do not necessarily represent those of the Commission, other Commissioners or staff. This paper is based on remarks delivered before the Governor's Commission on Information Technology, Richmond, Virginia, August 31, 2000...[more]

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