Privacy

In today’s online environment, we know that users find great value in relevant, personalized content and services. The Internet Association remains dedicated to protecting users’ online privacy by providing cutting-edge tools that empower users to make choices about how they view content online. We believe that industry self-regulation and agreements between Internet companies and their users have been successful models not only for protecting users but also for fostering the success of our industry.

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Amicus in Support of Apple in FBI Case

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Washington, DC – Today, the Internet Association submitted comments to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on the Patent Quality Metrics for Fiscal Year 2017. Michael Beckerman, President and CEO of the Internet Association, made the following statement on the submission…

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