Should the FCC roll back the Open Internet Order, it will diminish competition in the Internet transit space.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is expected to circulate his final plan for undermining the 2015 Open Internet Order as soon as November 22nd.
i2Coalition will be organizing a members-only call with leading U.S. and European regulators charged with implementing the GDPR to discuss compliance.
We exist today because we need to. We exist because the fights that brought us together in the first place have not gone away.
Christian Dawson will be speaking at the Rayburn House Office Building alongside representatives from Google, Mozilla, and Twilio for on critical privacy issues.
Now is the time for U.S. businesses to understand how the GDPR may affect their businesses, and begin to implement strategies to ensure compliance with the regulation.
This warrant is one example of a significant, and disturbing, trend, of sweeping government requests to Internet Infrastructure providers for all manner of data related to their services.
The i2Coalition has joined a group of tech industry leaders in supporting the ECPA Modernization Act of 2017, introduced by Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT).
Walking back the Open Internet order is not the correct course of action to create a more competitive, consumer-friendly Internet.
Currently, there are no clear, predictable, or implementable ways for companies to comply with routine requests for data.