Congratulations to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Brendan Carr on approval of their nominations to the Commission by the Senate Commerce Committee today.
IIA to Join “Day of Action” in Support of an Open Internet
As part of its Day of Action participation, IIA’s website will highlight its endorsement of an open internet and the need for net neutrality legislation, starting at 12:01am ET on Wednesday.
The Carr Nomination
We warmly congratulate Brendan Carr on his nomination to be a Commissioner of the FCC. His long experience and knowledge of communications policy will serve him well in this new position.
The Rosenworcel Nomination
IIA congratulates Jessica Rosenworcel on being nominated by President Trump for a new term as Commissioner at the Federal Communications Commission.
Restoring Internet Freedom
In response to the FCC’s adoption of the Restoring Internet Freedom NPRM at its Open Meeting today, the Internet Innovation Alliance issued the following statement.
IIA Statement on the FCC’s Proposed Reform of Business Data Services
We applaud the Chairman for seeking to recalibrate ‘price cap’ regulation on antiquated legacy business data services.
IIA Statement on Pai Renomination
“In just a few short weeks as Chairman of the FCC, Ajit Pai has already taken bold steps to bring the agency more fully into the broadband era and to restore openness and transparency in the agency’s procedures and actions.”
Statement on FCC Chairman Pai’s Stay of Privacy Rules
Chairman Pai’s plan to abandon the FCC’s fragmented privacy framework and restore a uniform set of privacy protections will give consumers the true sense of security they deserve, while spurring innovation, investment and new services.
On the FCC’s Process Reform Pilot Program
IIA’s statement in response to the FCC’s announcement today of its Process Reform Pilot Program.
IIA Statement on Ajit Pai Becoming New FCC Chairman
The Internet Innovation Alliance sends its warm congratulations to Ajit Pai on his well-deserved appointment as the 34th Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.