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The Center for Renewing America understands that the iron grip of the Big Tech oligarchy on American public life must be loosened—and if necessary, shattered—to ensure the American idea lives on for future generations. Big Tech companies have risen to the top of the power hierarchy in ways unimagined by previous generations. In their adherence to radical woke ideology, we are witnessing the transformation of these monopolistic tech juggernauts into political cudgels for a radical authoritarian worldview. 

Ultimately, this unrepresentative power in service of such immoral ends is wholly incompatible with the American conception of freedom and liberty. It is long past time for the political class to accept that truth.

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What States Can Do to Restrict Children’s Access to Pornography

The unprecedented availability of pornography online is transforming our society and human relationships today in a deleterious manner. Here's how we propose fixing it.

Three Powerful Ways States Can Combat Big Tech’s Power

The power to regulate the major internet platforms does not belong exclusively to the federal government. The states have many weapons in their arsenals—almost all of which have remained unused. The following brief provides a legal roadmap for state legislatures, attorneys general, and all others eager and willing to respond to Big Tech’s threats to our democracy.

POLICY BRIEF: Judiciary Committee Bills Start Important Antitrust Big Tech Reform Debate but Refinements Needed

Led by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), a number of House Judiciary Committee Members recently introduced…

POLICY BRIEF: How to Reform Big Tech: A Primer on Repealing Section 230

How to Reform Big Tech: A Primer on Repealing Section 230