The following is a post from Michele Neylon of Blacknight Solutions, an i2Coalition member. A lot of Internet Governance isn’t “sexy” or “exciting”. A lot of it is meetings, conference calls and emails discussing quite abstract concepts. However, from time to time, there are big historic events that capture the world’s attention. Last Friday evening […]
i2Coalition articles and news updates regarding changes to internet governance polices or community.
i2Coalition is one of 10 global organizations that recently petitioned the co-facilitators of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) to keep Internet policy negotiations open and collaborative for the 10-year review.
In the first 16 months since the launch of the Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition), we established ourselves as the leading public policy voice for the Internet infrastructure community in Washington, D.C. While our success within the United States has been important, as a group we have determined that to truly help the Internet grow and […]
We’ve made great strides internationally supporting a multistakeholder process in Internet governance and establishing the i2Coalition as a global advocate for the Internet infrastructure industry.
Supporting a multistakeholder process to determine Internet governance is a top priority for the i2Coalition and over the past year, we’ve taken an active role in advancing our position within the international community.
The following is a guest post by Perry Robinson of Rackspace. In less than a week, the Ninth World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference will commence in Bali, Indonesia and I’ll be attending to proudly represent the i2Coalition. The Ministerial Conference is the highest supervisory authority of the WTO and meets every two years to unite […]
ICANN48 is less than a week away and the i2Coalition is looking forward to participating in what promises to be an informative conference. This will be i2Coalition’s fourth trip to an ICANN conference, as we continue our commitment to engaging in, and showing our substantial support for the multistakeholder process of global Internet governance and […]
The following post originally appeared on The WHIR. A frequent statement making the rounds among those debating the PRISM disclosures is that most every other country’s intelligence agencies do the same thing. While I don’t doubt that they do, and in some cases expect that their activities are more intrusive, the revelations about the NSA […]
Since the Internet Infrastructure Coalition launched more than a year ago, we’ve made connecting with the international community a prime focus. As the unified voice of our industry’s public policy goals, it is crucial to actively participate on a global scale and work with our international colleagues to develop a path forward to reach common […]
The i2Coalition has been at the forefront calling for greater transparency and privacy protections concerning the U.S. government’s surveillance activities. The likely economic impacts from the government’s program have yet to be fully realized though estimates already predict a $35 billion loss in revenue over the next three years for the U.S. cloud computing industry. […]