Jessica Melugin

Jessica Melugin

Jessica Melugin is associate director of the Center for Technology & Innovation at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Her research focuses on technology issues including electronic commerce, Internet taxation, net neutrality regulation, and antitrust. Her writings have appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, Fortune, The Hill, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Sacramento Bee, The Washington Times, The San Jose Mercury News, and various regional papers.
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Jessica Melugin joins Jim Blasingame to debate which is more dangerous: politically powerful – and biased – Big Tech companies, or big government having the power to reign them in.
Jessica Melugin joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the power differences between Big Tech and past targets of anti-trust cases, especially regarding the power Tech has that past companies never did, like our private data and political influence.
Jessica Melugin joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the two main issues that came up during the big four tech CEOs’ testifying before Congress, including anti-trust and political bias.