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Thierer, Adam. "Fact and Fiction in the Debate Over Video Game Regulation." Progress on Point 13.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 2006.
May, Randy. "Perspective: A Better Idea for Net Neutrality." CNet News March 15, 2006.
White, Lawrence J. "Spectrum Management Reform." Testimony before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation,U.S. Senate.,March 14, 2006.
Ross, Patrick. "A Golden Opportunity for Orphan Works Not Perfect, But a Good Start." Progress Snapshot 2.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March, 2006.
Lenard, Thomas M. and Lawrence J. White. DACA Report from the Working Group on New Spectrum Policy, Release 1.0. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, March 2006.
Leibowitz, Stan. "Parasite Technologies and Non Creative Destruction." Academic Advisory Bulletin 1.2. IPcentral, March 7, 2006.
Ross, Patrick. "Artists and Culture: Empowering the Former to Foster the Latter." Progress on Point 13.6 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
Thierer, Adam. "Rep. Upton's Welcome Call for Radio Ownership Reform." Progress on Point 13.5 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006
Healy, Tony. "GPLv3 and Web Businesses." Progress Snapshot 2.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
May, Randolph. "In Defense of Partisanship." The National Law Journal, February 20, 2006.
May, Randolph. "It's nothing new" National Law Journal, February 20, 2006
Lichtman, Doug. "Defusing DRM." Academic Advisory Bulletin 1.1. IPcentral, February 14, 2006.
Epstein, Richard. "Why Libertarians Shouldn't Be (Too) Skeptical About Intellectual Property" Progress on Point 13.4. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 13, 2006.
Gifford, Raymond and Kent Lassman. "Comments to the Federal Communications Commission on n the Matter of Implementation of Section 621(a)(1) of the Cable MB-05-311 Communications Policy Act of 1984 as amended by the Cable Television Consumer Protection an
Singleton, Solveig. "Patents and Loser Pays: Why Not?" Progress on Point 13.3 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
Dixon, Kyle. "Testimony of Kyle Dixon on Net Neutrality." Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, February 07, 2006.
Swindle, Orson and Patrick Ross. "Managing Information and its Security: The Role of Policymakers, the Private Sector and Consumers." Progress on Point 13.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2006.
May, Randolph. "Why Stovepipe Regulation No Longer Works: An Essay on the Need for a New Market-Oriented Communications Policy" Federal Communications Law Journal, January 2006.
Singleton, Solveig, Allan Adler, Jonathan Band, Allan Davidson, Keith Kumpferschmid. "Google Meets Gutenberg." Progress on Point 13.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
DeLong, Jim. "Google is Right on China." Progress Snapshot 2.5 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
May, Randolph. "Some Common Truths About the Future of Universal Service." Progress Snapshot 2.4 The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
May, Randolph. "OMB Step Welcome." Progress Snapshot 2.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
Thierer, Adam and Jim Harper. "Perspective: Debating high tech's China challenge." Dialouge published on CNet News.com, January 23, 2006.

Thierer, Adam and Raymond Gifford. "False 'Choices'." Progress Snapshot 2.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2006.
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