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.
Recent layoffs weren’t caused by regulation — but they show we can’t take U.S. tech job growth as a given.
Ten biggest beneficiaries are worth a collective $1.57 trillion and would earn $1.64 billion more annually under the bill
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Regulating big tech: Should Congress pass the most sweeping antitrust bills in generations? | Pro/Con
Voters Support Tech Regulation But Rank It Low Priority;
Oppose Cicilline Proposals To Ban Products
Cicilline and Jayapal Bills Would Ban & Degrade Tech Services that Consumers Love
Would “Blow Up” “Major Parts of the Internet” and
“Destroy Many of the Integrated Products Consumers Currently Enjoy"
Civil rights and libertarian groups back lawsuit against DeSantis anti-censorship law
Arizona Is Headed For A Full Recovery – Don’t Derail It By Repeating California’s Mistake On Gig Work
New York Should Punish Companies That Hurt Consumers, Not Protect Friendly’s From Carvel
How Biden Can Grow His Urban-Suburban Coalition and Promote Responsible Business
Democrats Want A Better Internet; They Should Embrace Section 230