April 25, 2013 | News, Press Releases, Statements

Statement on Senate Judiciary Committee Passage of ECPA

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, The Internet Association issued the following statement in support of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s passage of the Electronic Communications Privacy Amendments Act of 2013:

“The Senate Judiciary Committee’s passage of the Electronic Communications Privacy Amendments Act of 2013 is a significant step in safeguarding the privacy of users’ electronically stored content. We commend Chairman Leahy, Senator Lee, and the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee for their leadership on this issue. The Internet Association applauds the bipartisan efforts of the Senate Judiciary Committee in requiring law enforcement to possess a warrant before gaining access to online content, no matter where it is stored or for how long. This is an important issue for the Internet industry, and we remain committed to ensuring that this bill is signed into law.”

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Internet Association Releases New Report On Measuring The Internet Economy

IA and Columbia’s Richard Paul Richman Center today released a new research paper entitled, “Toward A Better Understanding Of Internet Economics.”

Statement On New Tariffs On Chinese Technology Imports

IA Director, Trade Policy Jordan Haas issued the following statement on the Trump administration’s imposition of tariffs on Chinese technology imports.

Statement On Today’s Net Neutrality Rollback

IA President & CEO Michael Beckerman issued a statement on the Restoring Internet Freedom Order, which rolls back net neutrality protections for consumers.

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IA and Columbia’s Richard Paul Richman Center today released a new research paper entitled, “Toward A Better Understanding Of Internet Economics.”

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