CCIA advocates for an inclusive multi-stakeholder internet governance of the internet. The internet faces threats from some regimes, which seek to curb online freedoms and increase governmental control. The best way to combat these threats is to support multi-stakeholder internet governance bodies and continued global dialogues.

Most Recent Statements & Filings:

  • News & Events, USCCIA Continues to Support Multistakeholder Internet Governance The House Energy and Commerce Committee is scheduled to mark up its Internet governance bill Wednesday.  The new version of the legislation restates U.S. policy and says the United States is committed to preserving and advancing the current multi-stakeholder model for governing the Internet. The Computer & Communications Industry Association has been a longtime voice promoting…
  • News & Events, USCCIA Sends Letter On Internet Governance CCIA sent a letter today to members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee as the Subcommittee on Communications as it prepares to markup Internet governance legislation. CCIA is a longtime supporter of the multi-stakeholder model of global Internet governance, but we have concerns this legislation could be misused.
  • Blog, USCCIA Warns Congress About Internet Governance Bill CCIA wrote to members of Congress today as they prepare to mark up a new Internet Freedom bill. In the letter to leaders of the Energy and Commerce Committee and its Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, CCIA warned that legislation, designed to reinforce U.S. support for a global open Internet free of international regulation, is not only…