2017 has been one of the most challenging years on record for the Internet infrastructure industry, despite its continued importance and growth.
The i2Coalition sent a letter of congratulations to Assistant Secretary David Redl on his confirmation to the NTIA.
The state of the Internet’s infrastructure remains strong; every aspect of the Internet has continued a rapid growth rate throughout 2016.
Last week we had the biggest technology policy win since the Internet community banded together to defeat PIPA/SOPA back in 2012.
I was honored when asked to provide the closing keynote to the DNS Forum.
The i2Coalition has coordinated and delivered a letter to Congressional leadership showcasing the Internet community’s support for the IANA transition.
It is important that Congress not artificially slow down the transition beyond the September 30 expiration of the current IANA contract.
The community has completed a herculean task in negotiating the major concerns within the package that we are proud to support.
i2Coalition Praises Plan to Transition Stewardship of Key Internet Functions As It Is Sent to the U.S. Government by ICANN
It’s an odd beast, but the IANA, like so much of the internet’s “plumbing” is essential, yet not that well known or understood by outsiders.
There has been a lot of talk about the U.S. “giving away the Internet” so let’s clear this up right now. The Internet isn’t anyone’s to give. No one entity controls the Internet.