Senators Feinstein and Burr recently introduced legislation that would require companies to report to the government instances of terrorist activity taking place on their networks. The i2Coalition opposes this legislation. We oppose the legislation for a number of reasons. The primary reason is that the legislation provides no context for reporting. Infrastructure providers would be required to categorize, analyze and make determinations about content which they have no expertise in. In addition, the legislation provides a template for other countries to use to create laws on filtering and reporting content that may be detrimental to the open nature of the Internet.
Christian Dawson, the Executive Director of The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (“i2Coalition”) wrote the following letter to policymakers on the subject of Virtual Private Network (VPN) security technologies. Click here for the PDF version. An Open Letter to United States Policymakers Re: i2Coalition Expands VPN Trust Initiative – Announces Principles to Evaluate VPN Security Technologies On […]
Webinar Date/Time: Tues, September 21, 2021 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET / 15:00 – 16:00 UTC The i2Coalition and eco – Association of the Internet Industry invite you to an update on the transfer of personal data and data protection on both sides of the Atlantic. Anyone wishing to transfer personal data from the […]
OUTLOOK Presidential Transition. On December 14 the Electoral College formally confirmed that Joseph Biden will be the next President of the United States, giving him a solid electoral majority of 306 votes to ratify his victory in the November election. While its official start was initially delayed, the Biden transition is now fully operational and […]