TPW 36: The Markey bill, the politics of MS-Yahoo, and taxes on video games

by on February 15, 2008 · 0 comments

On this week’s show, TLF contributors Cord Blomquist of CEI, Hance Haney of the Discovery Institute, Jerry Brito of the Mercatus Center at GMU, and Adam Thierer of PFF talk about several hot tech policy issues that have been in the news recently. First, we discuss the latest activity on the Net neutrality front, with ongoing filings at the FCC and new legislation introduced in Congress. Second, we debate possible outcomes in the Microsoft-Yahoo merger proposal. Finally, we highlight some recent efforts to tax and regulate video games at the federal and state level.

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