Direct Line w/Randolph J. May, President, The Free State Foundation
This Weeks TOPIC – Tech Censorship
Randolph J. May, FSF’s President, the scholars of The Free State Foundation have decades of experience in the public policy arena and academic settings promoting free markets, secure property rights, and individual liberty. Mr. May is a nationally known legal and policy expert in the field of regulation, as well as a widely recognized expert in communications, administrative, and constitutional law. FSF’s scholars combine solid academic expertise with professional and practical experience in a way that makes their research especially impactful in influencing policy.
Mr. May has published more than two-hundred-fifty articles and essays on communications, administrative and constitutional law topics. He is the author of A Call for a Radical New Communications Policy: Proposals for Free Market Reform. He is co-author of Modernizing Copyright Law in the Digital Age – Constitutional Foundations for Reform, A Reader on Net Neutrality and Restoring Internet Freedom, #CommActUpdate: A Communications Law Fit for the Digital Age, and The Constitutional Foundations of Intellectual Property. Mr. May is editor of two books, Communications Law and Policy in the Digital Age: The Next Five Years and New Directions in Communications Policy. In addition, he is the co-editor of two other books, Net Neutrality or Net Neutering: Should Broadband Internet Services Be Regulated? and Communications Deregulation and FCC Reform. In the past, Mr. May has written regular columns on legal and regulatory affairs for Legal Times and the National Law Journal, leading national legal periodicals.He received his A.B. from Duke University and his J.D. from Duke Law School,
where he serves as a member of the Board of Visitors.