Protecting Net Neutrality and the Open Internet

(Updated May 6 with additional notes; see below.) In January, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order that prevented Internet Service Providers (ISPs) … Read more

Reflections on NETmundial

I recently attended the NETmundial conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, along with Alex Fowler and Mitchell Baker, and am sharing my reflections in this post. To call NETmundial a “conference” … Read more

Efforts to support the open Internet

Two weeks ago, I posted an analysis of the D.C. Circuit decision and its impact on net neutrality in the United States. Most of the pressure is on the Federal … Read more

Fighting Back Against Surveillance

Expansive surveillance programs damage user trust, stifle innovation, and risk a divided Internet. They affect all Internet users around the world – and yet we still don’t know their full … Read more

Celebrate Data Privacy Day!

Fighting for data privacy — making sure individuals know who has access to their data, where it goes or could go, and that they have a choice in all of … Read more