The sharing economy – also called the “on-demand” or “peer-to-peer” economy – includes a diverse and innovative group of companies that are driving consumer choice through the Internet sector. Companies in the sharing economy are changing the way we shop, travel, do our laundry, rent cars, and improve our homes. As an advocate for these companies at the local, state, and federal level, the Internet Association has witnessed the often heavy-handed and misguided regulatory approaches to these platforms in markets throughout the country.
"Washington, DC – Internet Association Vice President, Federal Government Affairs Michael Bloom issued the following statement on the passage of the Reliable Emergency Alert Distribution Improvement Act of 2018 (READI Act) in the Senate: “The Commerce Committee is right to study ways to modernize how emergency alerts are delivered to Americans. The internet industry commends… Read more