04/22/14 NetChoice Opposition to California SB 1348 – Limiting Information Collection To Help Lower Interest Rates
04/22/14 NetChoice Opposition to New York A 8234 – Discouraging a New Tool for Merchants
04/09/14 NetChoice Opposition to Massachusetts HB 1314 – Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act
04/04/14 NetChoice and SPSC letter to ULC on Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act
03/31/14 NetChoice Opposition to Delaware HB 261 – Discouraging teens from thinking before they post
03/18/14 NetChoice Opposition to Maryland SB 950 – Discouraging a New Tool for Merchants
03/10/14 NetChoice Opposition to Alabama HB 513 – “Discouraging Think Before You Post”
02/11/14 NetChoice Suggested Amendment to Oklahoma HB 2372 – Employer-Employee Private Account Access
02/04/14 NetChoice Opposition to New Mexico HB 224 – Creating the Data Breach Notification Act
01/22/14 NetChoice Opposition to Virginia HB 325 – Limiting Use of Electronic Communications
01/08/14 NetChoice Comments on Cal. AG Tracking Transparency Best Practices
12/11/13 Challenging the Need for Cal. Regulations on the Internet
08/13/13 NetChoice Presentation on Data Mining at NSCL 2013 Meeting
08/12/13 NetChoice Presentation on Industry Children’s Privacy Self-Reg to MD Children’s Online Privacy Taskforce
08/07/13 NetChoice Presentation on What Happens to your Digital Stuff When You Die at ALEC Annual 2013 Meeting
08/06/13 NetChoice License Plate Reader Survey – “Survey: License Plate Recognition is a Valuable, Well-Regulated Technology”
04/26/13 NetChoice Suggested Amendment to WI LRB 1551 – Employer and University access to personal accounts
03/15/13 NetChoice amendment suggestion for Missouri SB 164 – Regarding employee online privacy
03/13/13 NetChoice Opposition to North Dakota HB 1455 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts and Employers’ Ability to Conduct Investigations
03/06/13 NetChoice Presentation to IAPP – Mobile APPs Privacy, where we are and what you need to know
02/20/13 NetChoice Testimony in Opposition to Maryland HB 960 – Unnecessarily expanding data breach disclosure requirements
02/20/13 NetChoice Testimony in Opposition to Maryland SB 859 – Unnecessarily expanding data breach disclosure requirements
02/18/13 NetChoice Testimony in Opposition to Maryland SB 374 – Restricting Sites from Advertising to Users
02/09/13 NetChoice Testimony in Opposition to Indiana Child Email Registry SB 344
02/06/13 NetChoice Opposition to Maryland HB 316 – Restricting Sites from Advertising to Users
02/01/13 NetChoice Opposition to Virginia SB 913 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts
01/29/13 NetChoice Opposition to North Dakota HB 1455 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts and Employers’ Ability to Conduct Investigations
01/28/13 NetChoice Opposition to Virginia HB 1584 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts
01/17/13 NetChoice Opposition to Nebraska LB 37 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts
01/14/13 NetChoice Opposition to New Hampshire HB 116 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts
01/10/13 NetChoice Opposition to Maryland SB 29 – Access to Departed’s Internet Accounts
11/02/12 NetChoice Request for Panelist for FTC Privacy Workshop
08/24/12 NetChoice Reply Comments to the FTC COPPA Supplemental NPRM
08/21/12 Redline of COPPA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
04/24/12 NetChoice Testimony on Illinois SB 2545 – Online Dating Regulations
04/02/12 NetChoice Comments to NTIA on Commerce White Paper and Multistakeholder Process
03/30/12 NetChoice Comments to FTC on Dot Com Disclosure Guidelines
03/01/12 NetChoice Signed Industry Letter to Congress on Privacy Self-Regulation
02/28/12 NetChoice Testimony on Illinois SB 2545 – Online Dating Regulations
01/26/12 NetChoice Testimony on Hawaii HB 2288 – Data Retention Requirement
12/22/11 NetChoice Reply Comments to FTC NPRM on Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
10/13/11 NetChoice Opposition to Federal Data Retention Mandate HR 1981
08/18/11 NetChoice Response to IN Congressional Questions on Effectiveness of Industry Spam Blocking Technology
08/17/11 NetChoice Testimony in Opposition to Indiana Child Email Registry HB 1418
07/10/11 NetChoice Comments to FCC Regarding Location Based Services
05/04/11 NetChoice Letter to California Legislators in Opposition of Social Networking Bill
04/28/11 NetChoice Letter to California Legislators in Opposition of Do Not Track Bill
04/15/11 NetChoice Letter to California Legislators in Opposition of Child Social Networking Bill
04/01/11 Estimate of US Revenue Loss if Congress Mandated Opt-In for Interest-Based Ads
03/29/11 NetChoice Letter to Vermont Legislators in Opposition of Vermont’s Data Breach Bill
02/18/11 NetChoice Comments to the FTC Do Not Track Staff Report
01/29/11 NetChoice Comments on Department of Commerce Green Paper
07/28/10 NetChoice Concerns on Federal Privacy Bills
06/30/10 NetChoice Comments on Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule Review
06/04/10 NetChoice Comments on Privacy Legislation Discussion Draft
02/24/10 NetChoice Comments to FCC on Empowering Parents & Protecting Children in an Evolving Media Landscape
01/22/10 NetChoice Comments to FCC on Privacy Issues
10/09/09 NetChoice Public Comments on Maine Marketing Law
08/26/09 NetChoice Brief on Preliminary Injunction against Maine Public Law 2009, Chapter 230 “NetChoice v. Baldacci
08/26/09 NetChoice Complaint against Maine Public Law 2009, Chapter 230 “NetChoice v. Baldacci
08/26/09 NetChoice Motion for Preliminary Injunction against Maine Public Law 2009, Chapter 230 “NetChoice v. Baldacci
05/05/09 NetChoice Opposes California Photo Takedown Bill
02/19/09 NetChoice Letter on New Hampshire’s Organized Retail Crime Bill, HB 471-FN
10/01/08 Hardening the Security Stack
09/22/08 NC Testimony on Orgainzed Retail Crime
06/01/08 Online Safety Model Legislation
05/05/08 Georgia Online Safety Update
04/02/08 Opposing IL dating regulation
03/31/08 Opposing FL Dating Bill
03/04/08 Testimony Before CT General Assembly in Support of H.B. 5790
02/12/08 Letter in Opposition to HB 676 – Social Networking Website Legislation
12/18/07 Presentation to Missouri Taskforce on Online Safety
09/01/07 “Back to School” means “Back to Basics” For Online Safety