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.
The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) has signed onto and sent a letter regarding reform priorities for Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
So-called “hacking back”—using active countermeasures to respond to malicious hacking, generally leveraging methods similar to those favored by attackers themselves—is highly controversial.
The i2Coalition conducted successful meetings between our members and legislators from the House and Senate, representatives the FBI, the Homeland Affairs Committee, the Government Affairs Committee, the Department of Commerce, and more.
The suit could have wide-reaching consequences, greatly increasing the liability risk for Internet service providers.
Since 2010 the Domain Name System (DNS) has expanded dramatically, not only fueling competition, choice and innovation, but truly enabling a multi-lingual Internet.
Reform of Section 702 is necessary to restore confidence in internet companies.
The Email Privacy Act will finally bring the Electronic Communications Privacy Act – or ECPA – into the modern world.