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Pickford, Michael. "Legislation for a Safer Web." Progress Snapshot 1.6. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2005.
May, Randolph J. "An Historic Communications Reform Landmark." Progress Snapshot 1.5. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005.
Ross, Patrick. "Why Government Can't Be Trusted With Trust Funds: A 118-Year-Old Case Study Highlights the Dangers of Compulsory Licensing," Progress on Point 12.13. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005.
May, Randolph J. "Coming Out." Progress Snapshot 1.4. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005.
Arrison, Sonia, Robert C. Atkinson, Kyle D. Dixon, Raymond L. Gifford, Kent Lassman, Douglas C. Sicker, Adam Thierer, Steven Titch, and Philip J. Weiser. A Digital Age Comunications Act - Preliminary Report from the Working Group on Federal-State Framewor
Lenard, Thomas M. and Paul H. Rubin. "An Economic Analysis of Notification Requirements for Data Security Breaches." Progress on Point 12.12. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005.
Owen, Bruce M. "Confusing Success with Access: "Correctly" Measuring Concentration of Ownership and Control in Mass Media and Online Services." Progress on Point 12.11. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005.
Thierer, Adam. "The Comcast-Time Warner Deal for Adelphia: Much Ado About Nothing." Progress on Point 12.10. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2005
May, Randolph J. "Time for a Digital Age Communications Act." CNet News.com, July 13, 2005.
Lassman, Kent. "Statement on Statewide Video Franchise Authority." Testimony before the Committee on Regulated Industries, The Texas House of Representatives, June 30, 2005.
Dixon, Kyle. "OUTSIDE THE BOX: FCC Mulls Regulation of Service Bundles." SkyReport, June 29, 2005.
Lassman, Kent. "Franchising in the Local Communications Market: A Primer and Discussion of Three Questions." Progress on Point 12.9. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 2005.
DeLong, James V. "Grokster at last!" Tech Central Station, June 28, 2005.
Lassman, Kent. "Comments to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission on Competition, Market Power and Institutional Arrangements." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 21, 2005.
Thierer, Adam. "What Ever Happened to the Big Media Boogeyman?" Tech Central Station, June 20, 2005.
Dixon, Kyle D., James L. Gattuso, Raymond L. Gifford, Randolph J. May, Howard A. Shelanski, Douglas C. Sicker, James B. Speta, and Dennis Weisman. Digital Age Communications Act - Proposal of the Regulatory Framework Working Group, Release 1.0. The Progre
Thierer, Adam. Media Myths: Making Sense of the Debate Over Media Ownership. Washington: The Progress & Freedom Foundation, 2005.
Thierer, Adam T. "New Worlds To Censor." The Washington Post, June 7, 2005.
Peters, Adam M. "The Strange Case of Fewer Subscribers: A New Wrinkle in the Universal Service Crisis?" Progress Snapshot 1.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, June 2005.
May, Randolph J. "Reform the Process." Special to The National Law Journal. May 30, 2005.
Corn-Revere, Robert. "Can Broadcast Indecency Regulations Be Extended to Cable Television and Satellite Radio?" Progress on Point 12.8. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2005.
DeLong, James V. and Solveig Singleton. "Supreme Court of the United States. KSR International Co., Petitioner, v. Teleflex Inc. and Technology Holding Co., Respondents. Brief of Amicus Curae in Support of the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari." The Progr
Thierer, Adam. "'Kid-Friendly' Tiering Mandates: More Government Nannyism for Cable TV." Progress Snapshot 1.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2005.
Dixon, Kyle D. and Raymond L. Gifford. "Progress, Freedom and Regulatory Transcendence: Video Service Debate Illustrates Importance of Core Regulatory Principles." Progress on Point 12.7. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, May 2005.
Peters, Adam. Testimony before the House Small Business Committee, May 4, 2005.
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