We have been heavily featured on the agenda of WHDglobal and WHDusa since our inception, and look forward to engaging the industry at these events every year.
Cross Border Data Flows
OFAC Letter On Request for Interpretive Guidance on the Applicability of Economic Sanctions to Infrastructure-as-a-Service Activities
Earlier this week, i2Coalition contacted the U.S. Department Of Commerce’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) for clarity on issues of great importance to the Cloud community regarding the way global Internet commerce works online.
Digital trade between the U.S. and the EU is really big business. 70 percent of trade in services between the U.S. and EU is delivered digitally.
U.S. government overreach, and not the actions of infrastructure providers.
On behalf of our more than 80 member companies who build and maintain the infrastructure of the Internet, we thank you for your support of H.R.1428, the Judicial Redress Act of 2015.
The i2Coalition signs New America’s Open Technology Institute’s open letter to President Obama on privacy and encryption backdoors.
Ambassador Sepulveda requested a private roundtable with i2Coalition member companies, to discuss the needs of Internet infrastructure companies.
Surveillance, Privacy and the New Congress: A further reading list.
i2Coalition Signs on to Amicus Brief in Appeal of a Decision Forcing Microsoft to Turn Over Data in Ireland
The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) signed on to an amicus brief arguing that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York failed to properly analyze the extraterritorial application of the Stored Communications Act.
The 9th Annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) kicks off in Instabul, Turkey next week on September 2nd. Internet governance is […]