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.
Today we filed with partners, an amicus brief supporting Apple’s opposition to the government’s request to undermine the iPhone’s security protocols.
Coalition members who met with the staffs of both Representatives during our fall fly-in conveyed to them the importance of this issue to their businesses.
It’s hard to forget that the company at the heart of the FBI encryption debate right now is Apple, literally the biggest company in the world.
Yesterday, Apple issued a message to their customers that built a public case for their commitment to fighting for data security. i2Coalition has released a statement in response.
Last night the i2Coalition hosted a DC Legal Hackers MeetUp in conjunction with the Washington DC chapter of the Internet Society.
Over the holidays, I ran into a good friend at a party who challenged the notion that encryption backdoors were something we should be fighting to prevent.
Our members have met with members of Congress from both the House of Representatives and The Senate as well as industry experts in order to make sure that the voices of the internet infrastructure industry are heard.
The Coalition has been very effective in its inaugural years, and there are myriad existing and new issues for us to tackle over the next three.
The ramifications of poorly thought out surveillance legislation will have a lasting negative effect on an entire U.S. economic sector.