The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) is a coalition of national Hispanic organizations working to increase awareness of the impact of technology and telecommunications policy on the U.S. Hispanic community.
HTTP members are nonprofit organizations that support the social, political, and economic advancement of 51 million Americans of Hispanic descent by facilitating access to health care, quality education, economic opportunity, technology tools and resources.
HTTP was formed in 1996 to ensure that the needs and concerns of U.S. Hispanics were represented in policy discussions surrounding the Digital Divide and telecommunications reform.
In its 12 year history, HTTP has emerged as the leading Hispanic voice on telecommunications and technology policy issues. Policymakers have come to rely on HTTP to provide insight into how telecommunications/technology policy changes impact the Hispanic community. HTTP often testifies before Congress and regulatory agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission.
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