We are the voice of the internet economy.

Are you ready for Virtuous Circle 2016? It’s our second annual internet conference featuring audience participation and interaction with the most important stakeholders of the internet economy.

Don’t miss your chance to engage with an amazing lineup of speakers on October 10-11th in Menlo Park, CA.

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"We want to show Congress that the internet impacts every city, every district, and every state in every economic sector -- from Main Street to rural America. The internet is not just Silicon Valley."

Michael Beckerman, President & CEO

Every day, the internet provides access to information and personalized content to hundreds of millions of people around the globe – free of charge and free of political interference.

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You can’t regulate the speed of ideas. The internet is one of the greatest engines for economic growth and prosperity the world has ever known.

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“The internet generated more than 1.2 million new jobs for small businesses in the last 10-15 years”

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Today, the Internet Association, along with Internet Infrastructure Coalition, Internet Society, Computer & Communication Industry Association, NetChoice, Mozilla, Packet Clearing House, ACT|The App Association, American Registry for Internet Numbers, Information Technology Industry Council, Access Now, Andrew Sullivan, Dr. Ted Hardie, Jari Arkko, and Alissa Cooper, filed an amicus brief in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas opposing a request from the States of Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, and Nevada that the Court grant a temporary restraining order to delay the IANA transition. The groups and individuals joined in the brief represent the innovators and architects of the internet, who rely on the healthy functioning of a global and open internet.

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