We fight to ensure that Fourth and Ninth amendments translate to the digital world.
This is a crucial time for courts and legislators to establish principles pertaining to government access to data. Courts are now laying the foundation for the Fourth Amendment (search and seizure) applies to a digital environment with recent decisions such as the Supreme Court’s ruling to impose limits on how cell phone data can be accessed in law enforcement investigations. Meanwhile, current laws such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) allow for warrantless access to data.
Government information collection is important for matters such as national security and criminal investigations, but for consumers and society, it’s important that government access to data follows due process requirements, has a real positive impact on law enforcement activities, and does not undermine consumer confidence in the privacy of data.
Recent Updates On Access To Data
The Internet is central to our contemporary lives, and yet it defies simple explanation. This explainer video gives a bird’s eye view of the Internet and how infrastructure is what essentially connects us all.
i2Coalition co-founder and cPanel general counsel David Snead talks about the upcoming roundtables on privacy shield and transatlantic data flows, and other industry initiatives.
Transatlantic Dialogues is an important three-part discussion series on the future of personal data protection on both sides of the […]
Washington DC; January 22nd, 2018 – The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) and eco: Association of the Internet Industry are announcing […]
i2Coalition has joined Dontwreckthe.net, a joint campaign to raise awareness around these issues before the EU Parliament’s final vote in March.
Today we are joined by Dave Allen, Vice President of Operations and Strategy at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. In October, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure joined the i2Coalition, so we are happy to welcome them.
Monica Sanders, i2Coalition Policy Director and Christian Dawson review an eventful 2018 and look forward to 2019.
“The president of France essentially said that self-regulation didn’t work and they would be imposing regulation to “fix the bad stuff on the Internet.” That kind of statement from a major power is deeply worrying.”
The i2Coalition has announced the results of its 2019 elections for the Board of Directors and Board leadership roles. As […]
On December 6th, the Australian Internet Parliament formally passed the “Assistance and Access Bill.” This package includes a series of […]
For Internet infrastructure community leaders looking to get involved in the governance of the Internet, critical leadership roles are open for nomination.
A Section 230 Rewrite, Midterm Results, and Human Rights Concerns: November-December 2018 Legislative Update
After midterms, Congress is headed into an abbreviated lame-duck session and a season of more potential reshuffling in the Executive Branch.