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May, Randolph J. "The Tech Community Fashions a Deregulatory Broadband Policy." Progress on Point 9.3. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, February 2002.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Thomas M. Lenard. "Comments to the U.S. Department of Justice Under the Tunney Act." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 28, 2002.
May, Randolph J. "Our Middle Road." Legal Times, January 7, 2002.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the FCC on Cable Ownership." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 4, 2002
Eisenach, Jeffrey A."Political Privacy: Is Less Information Really Better?" Progress on Point 9.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2002.
May, Randolph J. "FCC Rules Slow Progress." USA Today, January 2, 2002.
DeLong, James V. "Defending Intellectual Property." In Copy Fights. Cato, 2002.
Lassman, Kent. The Digital State 2001. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2002.
May, Randolph J. "A Scorecard for Evaluating Whether State Telecommunications Policies are Deregulatory and Pro-Competitive." Progress on Point 9.1. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, January 2002.
Thierer, Adam. "Liquor Ads on TV: Is Federal Regulation Brewing?" TechKnowledge No. 30. Cato, December 20, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the Matter of Request for Comments on Deployment of Broadband Networks and Advanced Telecommunications." The Progress & Freedom Founda
May, Randolph J. "Strong Security." Legal Times, December 3, 2001.
Lassman, Kent. "The Digital State Part IV: Education and GIS/Transportation." Progress on Point 8.19. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, December 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. "Can Civil Liberties Survive in a Society Under Surveillance?" Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, November 18, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A., Thomas M. Lenard, and Jim Harper. "Comments to the Federal Communications Commission in the matter of Telecommunications Carriers' Use of Customer Propietary Network Information and other Consumer Information." The Progress & Freedom
Horrigan, John, Thomas M. Lenard, and Stephen McGonegal. Cities Online: Urban Development & the Internet. The Progress & Freedom Foundation and PEW Internet & American Life Project, November 2001.
Raul, Alan C. Privacy and the Digital State: Balancing Public Information and Personal Privacy. Kluwer Academic Publishers, November 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and William F. Adkinson, Jr. "Comments to the FCC on the Flexibility for Delivery of Communications by Mobile Satellite Service Providers." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 22, 2001.
May, Randolph J. "Calling The Court." Legal Times, October 8, 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Reply Comments to the FCC on the Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 5, 2001.
Lassman, Kent. "The Digital State Part III: Digital Democracy and Management/ Administration." Progress on Point 8.18. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2001.
Eisenach, Jeffrey A. and Randolph J. May. "Comments to the FCC on the Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability." The Progress & Freedom Foundation, September 24, 2001.
May, Randolph J. "His to Hold." Legal Times, September 3, 2001.
Lenard, Thomas M. "Chairman's Mark: A Deregulation Scorecard." Progress on Point 8.17. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, September 2001.
May, Randolph J. "Broken Reforms." Legal Times, August 6, 2001.
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