technology’s
progressive future

WHAT WE BELIEVE
ECONOMIC PROGRESS
Progressive Taxation
Reliable, win-win online marketplaces
Fight income inequality
Build a bigger, better safety net
SOCIAL PROGRESS
Digital opportunity for all
Inclusive, democratic society
Bold climate change action
Healthy online communities
CONSUMER PROGRESS
Tech should help consumers
Build back better
Increase access to goods & information
Balance consumer & worker interests
OUR MISSION

We’re not just another business group.
Chamber of Progress is a new tech industry coalition devoted to a progressive society, economy, workforce, and consumer climate. We back public policies that will build a fairer, more inclusive country in which all people benefit from technological leaps.

Chamber of Progress Applauds FTC Privacy & Security Boost
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Grubhub, DoorDash, UberEats Sue NYC Over Fee Caps
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Court Sides with Apple in Apple v. Epic Case
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Texas Governor Signs Must-Carry Hate Online Bill into Law
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SEC Threatens to Sue Coinbase Over Crypto Lending
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Texas Social Media Bill Clears State Legislature
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NYC Holds Hearing on New Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Restrictions
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Written Testimony to NYC DOT: New AV Restrictions Would Reduce Mobility, Safety in New York
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Texas Republicans Pass “Must Carry Hate Online” Bill, Vote to Protect Holocaust Denial, Terrorist Speech
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NYC Passes Delivery Fee Caps That Will Increase Prices for Customers
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Letter to Texas Democrats: Speak Out Against HB 20
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New FTC Facebook Complaint, Same Old Mistakes
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Proposed Tech Regulations Would Break Apps and Services Consumers Love
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Senate Bill Pushes Consumers Toward Risky Third-Party App Stores
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Letter to House Judiciary Committee: SHOP SAFE Act
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Sacramento Bee Op-Ed: California bill targeting social media hate speech would hand keys to online extremists
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Sen. Klobuchar Introduces Section 230 Bill Endangering Online Speech
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LA Daily News Op-Ed: Congress should stop stalling autonomous vehicle technologies
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Roanoke Times Op-Ed: Drone deliveries are ready to take off; just ask Christiansburg
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NY Daily News Op-Ed: Capping delivery fees hurts restaurants, diners and deliveristas
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White House Says Section 230 Tech Liability is Under Review
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Letter to DOT: Finalize the AV Occupant Protection Rule
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Tech Industry Groups Urge Congress to Pass Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework
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Morning Consult Op-Ed: Politicians Want to Do Something About Tech. They Need a Scalpel, Not a Hatchet.
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Letter to Texas Legislators: Oppose S.B. 5 to Fight Hate Speech and Discrimination Online
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Philadelphia Inquirer:
Regulating big tech: Should Congress pass the most sweeping antitrust bills in generations? | Pro/Con
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Trump Lawsuit Threatens to Put Extremists Back Online
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Letter to CA Legislators: A.B. 587 Tips Off Criminals and Bad Actors
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Letter of Support for Illinois' H.B. 3712 Car Sharing Bill
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Testimony to NYC Council: It's Time to End Delivery Fee Caps
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FTC Comment: Update, Don't Revoke Fairness Rules
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U.S. Court Strikes Down Florida Law To Increase Online Hate and Disinformation
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Morning Consult Survey:
Voters Support Tech Regulation But Rank It Low Priority;
Oppose Cicilline Proposals To Ban Products
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Group Letter:
Cicilline and Jayapal Bills Would Ban & Degrade Tech Services that Consumers Love
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Letter: Time to Lift SF’s Food Delivery Tax That Hurts Families, Restaurants, and Drivers
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New Analysis: Legislation Would Ban or Degrade Services that Millions Americans Use
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Antitrust Proposals “Aren’t The Answer,” Create “Unintended Consequences”;
Would “Blow Up” “Major Parts of the Internet” and
“Destroy Many of the Integrated Products Consumers Currently Enjoy"
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Chamber of Progress Expands Team with Democratic Policy Veterans
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Washington Examiner:
Civil rights and libertarian groups back lawsuit against DeSantis anti-censorship law
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House Antitrust Bills Target Tech Conveniences that Consumers Like
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Nine Organizations Join Opposition to Florida Law That Incentivizes Harmful Online Content
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MediaPost: Chamber of Progress Comments on Sen. Wicker's "PRO-SPEECH Act"
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Adam Kovacevich in American Compass: Want More Humane Technology? Look to the Supermarket
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Chamber of Progress Praises Connecticut Leaders for Excluding Damaging Digital Ad Tax
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NY1 Interview with Adam Kovacevich On NY Antitrust Bill
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NY Senate Passes Antitrust Bill To Protect Friendly’s From Carvel
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Arizona Daily Independent Op-ed:
Arizona Is Headed For A Full Recovery – Don’t Derail It By Repeating California’s Mistake On Gig Work
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Letter to CT Legislators: HB 6568 Hobbles Carsharing
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C-SPAN's The Communicators:
Introducing the Chamber of Progress
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Empire Report Op-Ed:
New York Should Punish Companies That Hurt Consumers, Not Protect Friendly’s From Carvel
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Inside Sources Op-Ed:
How Biden Can Grow His Urban-Suburban Coalition and Promote Responsible Business
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Texas Democrats Stand Against Online Hate & Discrimination, Stop Unconstitutional SB 12 Bill
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Florida’s New Online Speech Law Incentivizes Hate Speech and Disinformation
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Letter to Senate Commerce Committee: 15 State Legislatures Have Rejected the INFORM Consumers Act
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Maine State Legislature Testimony: Opposing L.D. 1609 (H.P. 1198), “An Act To Stop Social Media Censorship”
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Nevada Independent Op-Ed: As we emerge from pandemic, don’t expand a food delivery tax that hurts families, restaurants and drivers
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Tennessean Op-Ed: Want an internet safer from conspiracy theorists and bigots? Keep Section 230.
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Letter to Texas Democrats Opposing SB 12
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Richmond Times-Dispatch Op-Ed: What the U.S. can learn from the U.K. effort to create a better labor category for gig workers
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Letter to Senate Commerce Committee Supporting Peters-Thune AV Amendment
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Letter to Florida Democrats Opposing Republican Speech Bills
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Morning Consult Op-Ed: Tech’s Political Honeymoon Is Over. Now It’s Time for Relationship Counseling.
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Protocol Q&A: "One of our aims is to have a healthy debate about what it means to be progressive, especially with regard to technology"
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Introducing the Chamber of Progress
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New Progressive Tech Industry Coalition Backs “For the People” Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Act; Opposes State Bills Limiting Voting Rights
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Adam Kovacevich Talking Section 230 on Bloomberg Tech
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TechDirt Post: What I Hope Tech CEOs Will Tell Congress: 'We're Not Neutral'
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Inside Sources Op-Ed:
Democrats Want A Better Internet; They Should Embrace Section 230
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Protocol Op-ed: How the tech industry should navigate the Biden administration
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TEAM
Adam Kovacevich
Founder & CEO
Koustubh “K.J.” Bagchi
Senior Director, Federal Public Policy
Chris MacKenzie
Communications Director
Montana Williams
Director, State & Local Public Policy
ADVISORY BOARD
Our volunteer Advisory Board includes a diverse cross-section of leaders from government, Democratic politics, public interest, and industry. Advisory Board members provide input on the organization's work, priorities, and strategies. Advisory Board members do not play a formal governance role in the organization, and do not necessarily agree with every position taken by the Chamber of Progress.
Vikrum Aiyer
Fmr. Postmates VP; Obama White House
Roy Bahat
Head, Bloomberg Beta
Sen. Jeff Bridges (CO)
Chair, Joint Tech Cmte;
 NewDEAL Leaders
Hillary Brill
House Dems, Commerce Cmte; eBay/PayPal
Maura Corbett
CEO & Founder,
 Glen Echo Group
Debbie Cox Bultan
CEO, NewDEAL Leaders
Malcom Glenn
Better.com; New America, Ctr. Workforce Inclusion
Helen Milby
NewDEAL Founder,
 GlobalWIN Co-Founder
Joe Miller
CEO, WashingTECH
Lisa Quigley
Former Chief of Staff, Rep. Jim Cooper (D-TN)
Alejandro Roark
Exec Dir., Hispanic Tech & Telecom Partnership
Julie Samuels
Founder, Tech:NYC & Exec Dir, Engine
Ashley Scott
Lime Policy & Strategy; Atlanta City Attorney
Sen. Troy Singleton (NJ)
NewDEAL Leaders, Portable Benefits Leader
Brian Woolfolk
Principal, Swan Creek Strategies; House Judiciary Cmte
Arun Sundararajan
Harold Price Professor of Entrepreneurship and Technology, NYU Stern

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Twitter
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Wing
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