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.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
The Internet Association today announced Upwork as its 40th member. Upwork, the world’s largest freelancing website, helps businesses get more done by making it simple, quick and cost-effective for them to find the right talent for projects requiring specialized skills. Freelance professionals and other small businesses earn more than $1 billion from their clients per year via Upwork.
The Internet Association today released a study detailing the interplay of hotel growth and residential housing stock in New York City over the past six years.
Internet Association President and CEO Michael Beckerman issued the following statement on the passage of the “Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016” (H.R. 5111) in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Washington, D.C. – Today, the Internet Association, along with CALinnovates, filed an amicus brief supporting home sharing platforms in their challenge to San Francisco’s ordinance that looks to hold internet platforms liable for content posted by users. The brief delivers a full-throated defense of the intermediary liability protections in Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA).
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