While hugely beneficial for consumers, America’s critical technology and telecommunications sectors are not immune from the dangers of government regulation. Executive agencies, Congress, state attorneys general, and advocates for more government control all pose threats to the success of tech and telecom progress. CEI exposes the flaws of increased regulatory action. We fight for property rights, market solutions, and the freedom to innovate on the technology economic frontier.

Whether it is lifting net neutrality regulations, explaining the risks of privacy legislation, educating policy makers about content moderation, clearing legacy regulations at the Federal Communications Commission, advocating for greater spectrum efficiency, or defending business practices that benefit consumers but are disliked by antitrust enforcers, CEI punches above its weight. Coalition activity, relationships with tech and telecom journalists, media appearances, policy events, Capitol Hill outreach, op-eds, and in-depth studies combine to make CEI influential in the tech and telecom policy area.

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Jessica Melugin

Associate Director, Center for Technology and Innovation

  • Antitrust
  • Innovation
  • Media, Speech and Internet Freedoms

Clyde Wayne Crews

Vice President for Policy and Senior Fellow

  • Business and Government
  • Consumer Freedom
  • Deregulation

Ryan Radia

Research Fellow and Regulatory Counsel

  • Intellectual Property
  • Media, Speech and Internet Freedoms
  • Privacy and Cybersecurity

Fred L. Smith, Jr.

Founder; Chairman Emeritus

  • Automobiles and Roads
  • Aviation
  • Business and Government