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The philanthropic mission of the Foundation for Fairness in Commerce is public education, organizing, and advocating on behalf of issues related to internet freedom of competition and accessibility.


Thomas Higgins


Robert K. Miller

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Ed Howard


In the News


How Big Business Exploits Small Business

June 30, 2021

Major corporations really want you to know how much they care about small businesses — as long as those small businesses don’t compete with them or cause them too much trouble.


Government Antitrust Lawsuits Against Facebook Thrown Out by Federal Judge

June 29, 2021

“This sends a signal that the antitrust laws are not good enough,” Mr. Hovenkamp said of the rulings. “It’s going to pour pretty cold water on the idea that the existing antitrust laws can do the job.”


California Lawmakers Introduce Antitrust Resolution Aimed at Big Tech

June 24, 2021

Republican Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham and Democratic Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks teamed up to introduce a resolution yesterday to study whether California must revise antitrust laws for this era of online dominance — a sign of where the winds are blowing for a California-born industry whose political standing has rapidly eroded in recent years from golden child to problem child.

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