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There’s been a great deal of misinformation floating around about the inter partes review process (IPR) and how it impacts…

Rarely does a century-old musical instrument drive policy in Washington, but that’s exactly what’s happening in the music community at…

Cars are expensive to buy and maintain, and 95 percent of the time they sit unused. Fortunately for Californians, state…

The internet is about opportunity. Its evolution continues to open doors for students to further their education, for communities to…

Mark Epstein’s “How To Keep Online Speech Free” (op-ed, April 30) highlights many of the tensions internet companies face in…

IA recently completed its yearly assessment of barriers to digital trade that American exporters face around the globe. In comments…

On October 13, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 182, a bill which marks a big step forward…

Internet Association believes in the power of cloud computing to improve government processes and maximize the impact of each taxpayer…

"At Internet Association, we stand behind the goals of SESTA [the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017]. We want…

Today, Internet Association will testify before the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on an critical issue to our nation:…

Internet Association President & CEO Michael Beckerman welcomed guests to the VC on the Hill conference, highlighting the ties between…

Our work to save net neutrality is not over, but with your help, the FCC has millions of new comments…

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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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