The Internet is uniquely positioned for inclusivity and the spreading of economic benefits in ways other livelihoods have not been able.
i2Coalition Joins 10 Organizations Promoting Innovation And Inclusion To Digital Economy Task Force (DETF)
Our letter with 10 other organizations encourages the G20 to create and promote policies that continue to champion inclusion and diversity.
Alongside a coalition of academics, organizations from civil society, and the Internet industry, we have sent a letter calling for the inclusion of intermediary liability protections, like Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, in NAFTA.
The i2Coalition has joined the Internet Association and CCIA in sending a letter to the WTO regarding the accreditation of civil society experts to 11th Annual Ministerial Meeting.
i2Coalition Joins Letter Of Opposition to Communication Decency Act/Section 230 Amendment. UPDATED With Additional Support
Bills such as this create undue burdens for an industry that drives online commerce and a significant portion of our economy, while simultaneously not solving the issues they are created to fix.
The suit could have wide-reaching consequences, greatly increasing the liability risk for Internet service providers.
As a key driver of our economy, Internet issues should receive a thoughtful, complete, and transparent discussion in the TiSA negotiations.
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.
Today we filed with partners, an amicus brief supporting Apple’s opposition to the government’s request to undermine the iPhone’s security protocols.