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Americans deserve modern privacy rules that provide meaningful control over personal data, whether it is collected online or offline, from…

To the Editor: Re “Your Apps Know Where You’ve Been, and Can’t Keep a Secret” (front page, Dec. 10): The…

The internet is the last great, low-regulation, Made-in-the-USA industry out there. It represents 3 million American jobs and more than…

Sometimes it can take a major effort to see what should be obvious. Take the internet and the companies that…

September 26, 2018

An American Privacy Framework

Data has revolutionized every part of our economy and daily lives, both online and offline. Thanks to data, we can…

“Old” and “internet” don’t always go together. But in Old Town Scottsdale, they do. That was a clear takeaway from…

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…

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Washington, DC – Internet Association’s Senior Vice President of Global Government Affairs Michael Bloom released the following statement on the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act:  “The internet industry appreciates the House passing the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act, ensuring that the millions of Americans participating in the online economy are supported during the unprecedented economic downturn brought… Read more

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