Former Congressman Rick Boucher discusses the need for everyone in the internet system to rally around adopting in a statute the core principles of an open internet and strong, uniform privacy protections that apply equally to everyone at every point in the internet continuum.
IIA Co-Chairman Bruce Mehlman argues that policymakers should encourage innovation by letting network managers decide how to prioritize the packets that need priority.
IIA Co-Chairwoman Kim Keenan discusses the need to increase diversity in the tech industry. Watch the video below.
IIA released the following statement on the Senate CRA vote to reinstate the old "Title II" treatment of broadband under monopoly-style rules.
Former Congressman Rick Boucher argues that the practical effect of the privacy rules proposed by former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler would do little to protect Americans on basic privacy issues and be harmful to the advertising business model of internet edge providers.
Consumers are largely unaware of what online social platforms do with their personal information. IIA Co-Chairwoman Kim Keenan calls on Congress to enact legislation protecting consumers from unauthorized data harvesting.
IIA Co-Chairwoman Kim Keenan discusses why we should demand that our representatives, regardless of their allegiance to any party, step up and protect our internet privacy regardless of the platform.
Watch the IIA event “Protecting America’s Online Consumers in the 21st Century Digital Economy", featuring panelists from the FCC, FTC, IIA, and MMTC.
In a recent Esquire piece, NYU Professor of Marketing, Scott Galloway describes the growing size and influence of Google and Facebook in comparison to numerous companies that compete against these Silicon Valley tech titans across various sectors of the economy.
IIA released the following statement supporting the FCC's vote to modernize its rules governing siting of wireless infrastructure deployments.