Advocacy - Resources
Technology Coalition Letter to House Leadership Urging H.R. 1428 Consideration
October 15, 2015
Letter addressed to Speaker of the House John Boehner and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, urging them to schedule H.R. 1428, the Judicial Redress Act of 2015, for consideration as soon as possible.
Letter from Tech Industry Thanking the Judiciary Committee’s leadership for Its Consideration of the Judicial Redress Act
September 15, 2015
Multi Association Submission of NIST Comments
July 30, 2015
ITI, in collaboration with eleven other industry associations, provided comments to NIST on its report relating to Privacy Risk Management for Federal Information Systems.
ITI SIIA Encryption Letter to the President
June 08, 2015
ITI and SIIA submitted a letter to President Barack Obama opposing “any policy actions or measures” by the federal government that would undermine encryption technologies.
ITI Key Vote-USA Freedom Act
May 20, 2015
In a letter addressed to Senate leaders, ITI signaled its support for H.R. 2048, the USA Freedom Act.
Joint letter of support for H.R. 2048, the USA Freedom Act
May 11, 2015
2015 ITI Key Vote-USA Freedom Act (HR2048)
May 11, 2015
An ITI letter signaling its support for H.R. 2048, the USA Freedom Act.
Joint Letter Urging Congressional Leaders for the support of the Bipartisan Judicial Redress Act of 2015
April 28, 2015
Multi-tech association letter urging congressional leaders to pass bipartisan legislation that extends certain privacy protections under the Privacy Act of 1974 to citizens of certain allied countries.
Multi-Tech Assiciation Letter Addressed to Congress Encouraging Needed Surveillance Reforms
April 15, 2015
Multi tech association letter to members of Congress encouraging lawmakers to enact needed surveillance reforms.
Input to NIST on the agency's privacy engeneering iniciative
October 10, 2014
We write to express our concerns, however, that the current NIST Privacy Engineering initiative will "either explicitly or implicitly" endorse potential public policy goals rather than integrate agreed-upon policies into a framework or standard.