Coalition Letter Regarding the Global Trade Accountability Act
Coalition Letter Regarding the Email Privacy Act
IPI joins with a number of other organizations and businesses to promote updating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), to reflect internet users’ reasonable expectations of privacy with respect to emails, texts, notes, photos, and other sensitive information stored in “the cloud.”
Broadband Privacy Act Coalition Letter
Coalition letter to congressional leadership urging the use of the authority provided in the Congressional Review Act to rescind the Federal Communications Commission’s Broadband Privacy Order.
Coalition Letter Regarding ACA Repeal Resolution
Repeal & Reform Obamacare Coalition urges Congress to keep the Repeal Resolution clean of extraneous matter.
Coalition Letter in Opposition to Philadelphia's Proposed Soda Tax
These free-market advocates point out that good tax policy should be pro-growth, simple, and fair--Mayor Kenney’s proposed Grocery Tax is none of these things.
Letter Regarding Puerto Rico Bankruptcy & Harmful Precedents
Proposed legislation to facilitate Puerto Rico's bankruptcy process continues harmful precedent of throwing investors under the bus but protecting government pension systems.
Letter to House Committee Leaders on the FCC's "Allvid" Set-Top Box Mandate
Coalition letter in opposition to the FCC’s plan for new set-top-box technology mandates that will undermine the vibrant competition and innovation that currently exist in the market.
Letter to New Hampshire Legislature Regarding Expanding Municipal Networks
Expanding municipal networks is not only unnecessary but potentially risky, It would enable local governments to expand outside of their appropriate sphere and into the illegitimate role of competing with the private sector.
Coalition Letter in Support of Permanent Internet Tax Freedom
Since 1998, the federal government has prohibited states and localities from imposing such taxes. This has helped Americans from all backgrounds gain access to the Internet. The economic and educational benefits of this policy are vast and immeasurable. It is long past time for Congress to make permanent the ban on Internet access taxes.
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