We fight to ensure that Fourth and Ninth amendments translate to the digital world.
This is a crucial time for courts and legislators to establish principles pertaining to government access to data. Courts are now laying the foundation for the Fourth Amendment (search and seizure) applies to a digital environment with recent decisions such as the Supreme Court’s ruling to impose limits on how cell phone data can be accessed in law enforcement investigations. Meanwhile, current laws such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) allow for warrantless access to data.
Government information collection is important for matters such as national security and criminal investigations, but for consumers and society, it’s important that government access to data follows due process requirements, has a real positive impact on law enforcement activities, and does not undermine consumer confidence in the privacy of data.
Recent Updates On Access To Data
Alissa Starzak & Caroline Greer Talk Global Internet Public Policy
Our partner, the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA) provided us the following European policy recap for April 2019. Overview The […]
The matter of Amazon Corporation’s applications for use of the .AMAZON gTLD has been pending since 2012. While Amazon is […]
This is a brief legislative update for the public. Join the i2Coalition for in-depth updates from our Policy Director available only to […]
Event: Transatlantic Dialogue Part III – The Future of EU-US Privacy Shield: Washington D.C., May 22, 2019
i2Coalition & eco invite you to frame the future of personal data protection on both sides of the Atlantic at […]
The i2Coaliton Congressional Fly-In is the opportunity for Internet infrastructure leaders to stand up for the industry that drives online commerce. Join us September 17-18, 2019.
Celebrate diversity at the i2Coalition Diversity in Tech Mixer at CloudFest: 5 to 6 pm in the Buena Vista Bar […]
We’re anticipating activity on privacy, intermediary liability, Facebook, and other topics impacting the online community in March and April.
Sharing our experiences and best practices benefits the entire domain industry and creates a better Internet. The Best Practices by […]
This article originally appeared on CircleID. By Christian Dawson, Executive Director, i2Coalition With the backlash against tech companies gaining steam, we’ve […]
The i2Coalition welcomes the digital chapter in the USMCA. Read a statement from David Snead, i2Coalition co-founder and policy working group chair.
Legislative business was held up at the beginning of 2019 with border wall discussions & negotiations to reopen the government, but there were significant outcomes including the re-organization of House and Senate committees and a handful of confirmation hearings in the Senate, including the hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee for U.S. Attorney General nominee William Barr.