What You Can Do
The Federal Trade Commission is the most effective tool we have to keep Big Tech from distorting the economy, destroying competition, invading our privacy, and implementing premium pricing to reap monopoly profits. And we need your help to hold the FTC accountable, and to press them to fulfill their obligation to the American people.
1. Sign our Petition.
If you tick the box to opt into email, we’ll keep you updated about our efforts to bring the FTC to bear against the excesses of Big Tech, in the automotive industry and across the economy.
2. Contact the FTC another way.
Email, write, or call the Federal Trade Commission:
- Tell the FTC that the investments that large technology companies like Google, Apple, and Amazon are making in the auto industry threaten to destroy competition, kill jobs, and raise prices.
- Ask them to initiate rulemaking under Section 5 of the FTC Act, and begin to roll back the anti-consumer behavior of these companies.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (202) 326-2222
Mail: Lina Khan, Chair, Federal Trade Commission, 600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20580
3. Contact Senate committees.
The Senate Commerce Committee (commerce.senate.gov) has jurisdiction over the FTC, and the Senate Judiciary Committee (judiciary.senate.gov) has jurisdiction over the DOJ’s Antitrust Division. Let the committees know how you feel about Big Tech’s incursions into the automotive industry, and the dangers they pose to a free market and a healthy economy.