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Singleton, Solveig. "First Generation Filtering: Milestones and Millstones." Progress Snapshot 3.14. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 2007.
Wallsten, Scott, Robert Atkinson, Drew Clark, Kenneth Flamm, John Horrigan, Clair Kaye, Mark Lloyd, Beth Shiroishi, Laura Taylor, Derek Turner, Joseph Waz, Dennis Weller. "Broadband Data: What Do They Tell Us and Do We have Enough?" Progress on Point 14.2
Sydnor, Thomas. "Racketeering Enterprises on Campus." Progress Snapshot 3.13. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, November 2007.
Sydnor, Thomas, John Knight, Lee Hollaar. "Inadvertent Filesharing Revisited: Assessing LimeWire's Responses to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform." Progress on Point 14.22. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2007.
Wallsten, Scott. "Managing the Network? Rethink Prices, not Net Neutrality." Progress Snapshot 3.12. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Unplugging Plug-and-Play Regulation." Progress on Point 14.21. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Net Neutrality: A Fairness Doctrine for the Internet." Progress Snapshot 3.11. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Parental Control Perfection? The Impact of the DVR and VOD Boom on the Debate over TV Content Regulation." Progress on Point 14.20. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 2007.
Mossoff, Adam. "Reevaluating the Patent 'Privilege.'" Academic Advisory Council Bulletin 2.2. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, October 3, 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Long-Range Censors." City Journal, October 3, 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Two Sensible, Education-Based Legislative Approaches to Online Child Safety." Progress Snapshot 3.10. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, September 2007.
Lenard, Thomas. "An Examination of the Google-DoubleClick Merger and the Online Advertising Industry: What Are the Risks For Competition and Privacy." Testimony before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights Committee on the
Wallsten, Scott. "Communications, Broadband and Competitiveness." Testimony before the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, U.S. Senate, September 26, 2007.
Tribe, Laurence H. "Freedom of Speech and Press in the 21st Century: New Technology Meets Old Constitutionalism." Progress on Point 14.19. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, September 2007.

Schmidt, Eric. "Aspen Summit 2007 Chairman's Dinner Address." Progress on Point 14.18. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2007.
Lenard, Thomas, Paul Rubin. "Googling 'Monopoly.'" Progress Snapshot 3.9. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2007.
Lenard, Thomas, Paul Rubin. "Privacy and the Commercial Use of Personal Information: The Case of Customer Proprietary Network Information." Progress on Point 14.15. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Rupert Murdoch, Meet Chicken Little." City Journal, August 2, 2007.
Thierer, Adam. "Convergence-Era Content Regulation? S. 602, 'The Child Safe Viewing Act of 2007.'" Progress on Point 14.17. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, August 2007.
Wallsten, Scott. "Has Deregulation Affected Investment in Special Access?" Progress on Point 14.16. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2007.
Wallsten, Scott. "Doing the Hustle at the FCC." Progress Snapshot 3.8. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2007.
Singleton, Solveig. "Brief of Amicus Curiae - The Progress & Freedom Foundation in Support of Appellees Urging Affirmance, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Cartoon Network LP, LLLP (Appellees) vs. CSC Holdings Inc. (Appellants
Thierer, Adam. "Why Regulate Broadcasting: Toward a Consistent First Amendment Standard for the Information Age." Catholic University Law School CommLaw Conspectus, Vol. 15, pp. 431-482, July 10, 2007.
Wallsten, Scott. "Comments to the Federal Communications Commission - Antitrust, Two-Sided Markets, and Platform Competition: The Case of the XM-Sirius Merger." Progress on Point 14.14. The Progress & Freedom Foundation, July 2007.
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