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Research: Progress & Freedom Foundation Closes Doors

By 13 October 2010 No Comment

PFF Ends 17-Year Run: Digital Economy Think Tank to Close Doors October 1st
September 30, 2010

The Progress & Freedom Foundation announced that it would close its doors on October 1st.  The organization has served the free market community in the area of technology policy and the digital economy for 17 years.

“PFF has had an amazing 17-year run,” said PFF’s last president, Adam Thierer. “It’s been a great honor to be with PFF for the past five years and I’m extremely proud of everything the organization has accomplished. PFF will be remembered by its scores of scholars and the hundreds of participants in its programs over the years as a cutting-edge research institution that generated exciting ideas in communications, media and high-tech policy. We’re all very proud of the PFF legacy.”

PFF does not indicate if the sudden move is permanent or temporary.  Neither does the organization indicate where any of its scholars will be moving on to.

You can find the announcement here.

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