WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 22nd, 2010 – Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted rules dealing with the issue of “net neutrality.” The following statement should be attributed to the Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP):
The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) recognizes and appreciates the FCC’s efforts to develop its proposed Network Neutrality regulations. HTTP and its members are pleased that our concerns have been considered in the further development of the Commission’s regulations.
By Jason Llorenz, Esq.
Executive Director, HTTP
Washington, D.C., December 20, 2010 — The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) commends Senator Rockefeller for his ongoing commitment to protecting the privacy of all Americans. The green paper released by the US Department of Commerce’s Internet policy task force includes key recommendations for reinvigorating the national commitment to establishing effective transparency for data practices, and outlines a process for translating transparency into consumer choices through a voluntary, multidisciplinary process that would enhance consumer trust online.
Washington, D.C., December 1, 2010 – Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski just released the agenda for their upcoming December 21st meeting at a press conference held at the FCC. In regards to net neutrality, the FCC will consider “an order adopting basic rules of the road to preserve the open Internet as a platform for innovation, investment, competition, and free expression.”
The following can be attributed to Jason Llorenz, Esq., executive Director of the Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP):