Organizations and Businesses

The following organizations and businesses support H.R. 2304, the SPEAK FREE Act of 2015:

-American Booksellers for Free Expression
-American Consumer Institute
-Association of Alternative Newsmedia
-Association of American Publishers
-American Society of News Editors
-Avvo
-California Anti-SLAPP Project
-California Newspaper Publishers Association
-Center for Democracy & Technology
-Center for Individual Liberty
-Competitive Enterprise Institute
-Copia Institute
-Competitive Enterprise Institute
-Computer and Communications Industry Association
-Consumer Electronics Association
-Council for Better Business Bureau
-Engine
-Electronic Frontier Foundation
-Demand Progress
-Fight for the Future
-FreedomWorks
-Glassdoor
-Government Accountability Project
-Greenpeace
-Hoosier State Press Association
-Horvitz & Levy LLP
-Institute for Liberty
-Internet Association
-Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
-Media Alliance
-Media Law Resource Center
-National Association of Broadcasters
-Newspaper Association of America
-Niskanen Center
-Online News Association
-Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
-Public Participation Project
-Public Knowledge
-R Street Institute
-Radio Television Digital News Association
-Real Self
-Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
-Snapchat
-Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests
-Taxpayers Protection Alliance
-TechFreedom
-Trip Advisor
-Yelp
-Zenefits

On June 15, 2015, 34 of these organizations sent a letter to the leadership of the House Judiciary Committee, urging them to advance the bipartisan SPEAK FREE Act as swiftly as possible.  You can read more about that here.

Additionally, over 100 organizations and businesses support federal anti-SLAPP legislation in principle.  You can see that full list here.