The i2Coalition is deeply disappointed that patent reform legislation has been removed from the Senate Judiciary Committee agenda. Patent trolls are a real and increasingly growing problem for innovators in the United States, costing companies $29 billion in resources and revenue in 2011 alone. The lack of action by the Senate will only embolden trolls to continue to go after businesses – small, medium and large – and continue to stifle innovation. We urge the Senate to follow the overwhelming and bipartisan reform effort in the House and take action, and continue to support the bipartisan efforts of Senator Schumer and Senator Cornyn to combat patent trolls and bring about much needed patent reform.
On January 18, 2023, the i2Coalition, joined by our members cPanel, LLC, Identity Digital Inc., Texas.net, Inc. and Tucows Inc., filed an amici brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Gonzalez v. Google LLC, pointing out Section 230’s foundational role in allowing the Internet’s infrastructure to function efficiently and effectively without the threat of crippling […]
On June 8-9, 2023, i2Coalition will once again welcome industry colleagues to Washington, D.C. for an opportunity to engage legislators in conversation about the significant impact Internet policy issues have on members’ businesses. The 2022 edition of the Fly-In was unique in that it provided an opportunity for members to celebrate i2Coalition’s accomplishments from its […]