What We Do: Events
i2Coalition at Internet Industry Events.
Our pursuit of a free and open Internet doesn’t just have us walking the halls of government. The i2Coalition takes an active role in the events that shape the internet industry. Once we craft strategies in our issue-based working groups, we take our messaging to the world.
You’ll find us at ICANN, CloudFest, NamesCon, and our own Washington, D.C. Fly-In event, where i2Coalition members and leadership connect with legislators to discuss the serious impact Internet policy issues have on members’ businesses.
The i2Coalition in Action
Here you’ll find photos of the i2Coalition doing what it does best: advocating for a better Internet and creating a positive, inclusive environment for companies who want to do the same. The fight for Internet freedom can be surprisingly fun!
Recent Updates On Education
“Hacking Back” a Recipe for Digital Arms Race
So-called “hacking back”—using active countermeasures to respond to malicious hacking, generally leveraging methods similar to those favored by attackers themselves—is highly controversial.
Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO) Kicks Off Vital 240 Day Period For Tech Industry
The future ability of small businesses to provide services to the Federal government is at stake.
i2Coalition Members Make A Difference in Washington
The i2Coalition conducted successful meetings between our members and legislators from the House and Senate, representatives the FBI, the Homeland Affairs Committee, the Government Affairs Committee, the Department of Commerce, and more.
i2Coalition Files Brief With Technology Associations To Uphold Liability Protections
The suit could have wide-reaching consequences, greatly increasing the liability risk for Internet service providers.
i2Coalition Executive Director On I Love Data Centers Podcast Episode 2
The I Love Data Centers podcast is a new initiative meant to spotlight the data center industry produced by i2Coalition member Open Spectrum Inc.
Universal Acceptance: Making All Domains Work for Everyone
Since 2010 the Domain Name System (DNS) has expanded dramatically, not only fueling competition, choice and innovation, but truly enabling a multi-lingual Internet.