IIA supports today's FCC action that spotlights the importance of data in crafting fact-based decision-making for our nation's communications marketplace.
To promote innovation and investment in the broadband future and to maintain American global leadership in telecommunications, the way forward is through encouraging the private sector, not government control of networks.
We hope Congress will act swiftly, and on a bipartisan basis, to finally settle the net neutrality debate by adopting a 21st Century ‘Consumer Internet Protection Act’ that will guarantee in law the necessary and comprehensive safeguards to protect all Americans and their online activities.
Keenan will contribute a wealth of expertise and experience in tech and telecom policy.
5G super-fast wireless is now rapidly moving from concept to reality and will offer far better and faster service than the current 4G standard.
The need for faster rural broadband is particularly acute in rural America, where the speeds are slower, and state-of-the-art facilities are not deployed as quickly as rural Americans need.
In an economy where competition is rising and entrepreneurship is increasingly essential, high-speed internet is a critical tool that will help people supplement their income and improve their quality of life.
To respond to consumers' clear choices in favor of newer systems, the country needs greater investment in mobile and broadband rather than antiquated copper-based services that fewer and fewer people use.
The Internet Innovation Alliance released the statement below responding to Senator Markey’s press conference about his CRA to reverse the FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order.
America has a lot of work to do to fix our tech diversity problem. If we don’t get more serious and add more rigor, stagnation will be the result.