Washington, DC – The Internet Association today released a new nationwide survey demonstrating strong support for net neutrality protections for wireless Internet users.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
In Case You Missed It, The Internet Association released a survey Tuesday showing that a vast majority of the American people would support net neutrality rules applying to their wireless phones.
Washington, D.C. – The Internet Association submitted comments to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today calling on the agency to implement pro-consumer policies to bring faster and better broadband service to all Americans, promote competition and choice in the broadband market, and protect an open Internet.
Washington, D.C. – The Internet Association today released highlights of Representative Fred Upton’s summer tour of Southwest Michigan businesses using the Internet to expand and create jobs.
In Case You Missed It, since its inception as a small network designed to help academics share their research and computing resources, the Internet has been self-regulated and governed by principles of openness and non-discrimination.
Washington, D.C. – The Internet Association, today, urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to stand with the public and take decisive action to guarantee an open Internet.
In Case You Missed It, neither Google nor Facebook participated today in the “Internet Slowdown” protest of FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s fast-lanes net neutrality proposal. But they want you to know that they, too, don’t like the idea of paid prioritization.
The Internet Association President and CEO Michael Beckerman issues the following statement on Chairman Wheeler’s speech today, “The Facts and Future of Broadband Competition:”
Washington, D.C. – The Internet Association, the trade association representing leading global Internet companies, announced today that Abigail Slater has joined the organization as Vice President of Legal and Regulatory Policy.
Washington, DC – IA Vice President, Federal Government Affairs Michael Bloom released the following statement on the introduction of the Stopping Harmful Image Exploitation and Limiting Distribution Act (SHIELD Act) in the House of Representatives, which would criminalize the distribution of non-consensual intimate imagery (NCII): “The internet industry urges the immediate passage the SHIELD Act… Read more