date icon October 27, 2014 category icon Press Releases

Pew Partners with The Internet Association to Help Voters ‘Get to the Polls’

Washington, D.C. — With the U.S. midterm elections less than two weeks away, The Internet Association and The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Voting Information Project, in conjunction with the world’s leading technology companies, are launching “Get to the Polls” (www.gettothepolls.com) to help voters find all the information they need before voting Nov. 4.

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date icon October 17, 2014 category icon Press Releases

The Internet Association Files Amicus Brief in Landmark Patent Case

Washington, D.C. – As abusive patent litigation remains a problem in the U.S. court system, The Internet Association stands in support of legal action to prevent the International Trade Commission (ITC) from stretching its patent law authority to regulate the Internet.

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date icon October 16, 2014 category icon Statements

Statement on Michelle Lee’s Nomination

The Internet Association President and CEO Michael Beckerman issues the following statement on President Obama’s nomination of Michelle Lee as the Under Secretary for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

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date icon October 10, 2014 category icon Statements

Statement on President Obama’s Net Neutrality and Patent Reform Remarks

The Internet Association President and CEO Michael Beckerman issues the following statement on President Obama’s net neutrality and patent reform remarks…

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date icon October 7, 2014 category icon Press Releases

Canada’s Internet Economy is Primed for Takeoff

Washington, D.C. – Today, The Internet Association released a new whitepaper, Reasserting Canadian Internet Competitiveness, which concludes that the current competitiveness gap between Canada’s digital economy and those of other G20 nations can be closed with smart public policy.

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Washington, DC – Internet Association Associate General Counsel Elizabeth Banker issued the following statement on the introduction of the Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act by Sens. Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Brian Schatz (D-HI): “The internet industry appreciates the bipartisan effort by members of the Commerce Committee to advance the conversation around privacy as it relates… Read more

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