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Jacksonville, Florida - As the leading organization in the state dedicated to educating grassroots activists, media and policy makers on important public policy issues, Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSEF) hosted a competition and antitrust panel at the Draughon Technology Conference in Jacksonville, Florida. Among the important topics discussed at the conference such as Internet taxes, privacy, the digital divide, and the broadband debate, CSEF’s panel delved into the U.S. Department of Justice’s enforcement of antitrust policy, using the Microsoft antitrust case as the focal point of discussion.
The CSE Foundation Antitrust panel.
Prior to the panel discussion, keynote speaker and presidential candidate Steve Forbes praised CSE’s efforts at educating the public on public policy issues. He encouraged the group of over 350 executives to get involved with the organization.