Governments. The Internet. Freedom. Privacy. Security. When you put all of those terms together it’s usually because they’ve had yet another head-on collision.
SXSW Interactive is set for March 2015 in Austin, Texas and the i2Coalition will be there promoting Internet freedom! Every year thousands of enthusiasts from around the globe flock to the capitol of the Lone Star State for the great music, Tex-Mex cuisine, and to experience the latest technologies. The i2Coalition has been actively engaged […]
The following is a post by i2Coalition founding member company Data Foundry and originally was posted on the company’s blog. Data Foundry is proud member of the i2Coalition whose mission is to support “those who build the nuts and bolts of the Internet”. We are proud to have played a key role, along with other […]
Washington, D.C. – Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) Co-Founder and Public Policy Chair David Snead released the following statement in conjunction with the coalition’s submission of comments on Net Neutrality to the Federal Communications Commission: “The Internet thrives when a level playing field allows innovation to come from anyone with a good idea and the ability […]
The Senate is debating reform of the decades old Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). Those who oppose this reform, and other reforms designed to preserve our Fourth Amendment rights, often argue that law enforcement needs exceptions to the warrant requirement.