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:

As the Internet Matures Globally, Building Engineers Stay on Duty and Mentors Are Wanted

Washington – As the US delegation prepares for NetMundial next week in Sao Paulo, many other attendees from around the world are welcoming the recent news about the US Government’s progress in transitioning ICANN functions to multistakeholder venues where participants from all continents are welcome.  Legacy US oversight of the root server and domain name housekeeping…

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Tech Industry Praises Liberation of Internet Governance Functions from U.S.G.

Geneva/Brussels – The technology industry welcomes the news that the U.S. Commerce Department intends to complete the transition of relinquishing its control over key Internet addressing functions to the global multi-stakeholder community. This was a necessary next step in the evolution of the Internet and supports the current multi-stakeholder model of global Internet governance where…

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