Engine supports congressional Democrats’ efforts to adopt legislation that would reinstate the Federal Communications Commission’s 2015 Open Internet rules.
In this report, and through a series of events in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2019, Engine and the Charles Koch Institute sought to unpack the nuts and bolts of content moderation. We examined what everyday content moderation looks like for Internet platforms and the legal framework that makes that moderation possible, debunked myths about content moderation, and asked attendees to put themselves in the shoes of content moderators.
This report explores the state of data privacy today, including the buzzwords of user privacy, state efforts to protect consumer data, and how efforts like the GDPR and CCPA impact both consumers and startups.
Last month, throughout the final weeks of August, more than 50 members of Congress and their staff met with over 75 startups across the country, making Congressional Startup Day 2019 a smashing success.
Engine Executive Director Evan Engstrom testified before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection on why startups support strong privacy regulations that provide greater user choice and transparency but which don’t put them at a competitive disadvantage to large Internet companies.