NetChoice works to make the Internet safe for free enterprise and free expression.

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  1. Choice

    Consumers know best the products and services they need.

  2. Limited Government

    The internet has thrived under light-touch regulation.

  3. Competition

    The Internet provides consumers with an abundance of services like never before.

  • NetChoice Launches

    NetChoice begins work in Washington, D.C., supported by a coalition of online businesses facing barriers to e-commerce.

  • Steve DelBianco appointed to Virginia Advisory Committee

    NetChoice President, Steve DelBianco, was appointed to the Advisory Committee of Virginia General Assembly's Joint Committee on Technology & Science.

  • NetChoice Organizes Federal Task Force on E-Commerce Barriers

    NetChoice helps the Federal Trade Commission organize its Task Force on barriers to e-commerce.

  • NetChoice Hosts Capitol Hill Conferences

    NetChoice partners with The New Republic to host Capitol Hill conferences on threats to e-commerce

  • NetChoice joins U.S. Supreme Court Amicus Brief

    NetChoice joins amicus brief in US Supreme Court, which stuck-down Michigan's prohibition of interstate shipments of wine

  • NetChoice Awarded "Private Sector Member of the Year" by the American Legislative Exchange Council

  • NetChoice Testifies Country-Wide

    NetChoice testifies in multiple state legislatures on bills regulating spyware, spam, and online age verification.

  • 20th Member Joins NetChoice

  • NetChoice Publishes Law Journal Article

    NetChoice Publishes Law Journal Article, "ICANN Internet Governance: Is It Working?" in University of the Pacific - McGeorge Law School

  • NetChoice Appearance on 60 Minutes

    NetChoice President Steve DelBianco arranges and appears in a 60 Minutes segment about barriers to competition in online real estate brokerage

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  • Internet Governance Forum-USA Launched in Washington DC

    NetChoice and a handful of other leaders launch the Internet Governance Forum-USA in Washington DC

  • NetChoice Sues Maine

    NetChoice Sues the state of Maine to block its new law restricting how minors may use online services Won injunction, and Maine repealed its law in 2010.

  • NetChoice President Elected ICANN Vice Chair

    NetChoice President, Steve DelBianco elected as first Vice Chair for Policy Coordination for ICANN's Business Constituency, and has been re-elected 10 times since.

  • NetChoice Appears in Wall Street Journal

    NetChoice was featured in Wall Street Journal full-page debate on internet sales taxes.

  • NetChoice Presents at NXT Conference

    Presented at NXT conference on Venture financing and early-stage marketing for new gTLDs.

  • NetChoice Testifies Across Country... Again

    NetChoice testifies in multiple states and at NCSL against new taxes on online travel booking platforms.

  • NetChoice Leads 30-State Campaign

    NetChoice launches and leads a 30-State campaign pushing for new laws governing access to online accounts of deceased users.

  • NetChoice President Testifies in 5 Congressional Hearings

    Steve DelBianco testifies in 5 congressional hearings on the transition of domain name coordination to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

  • NetChoice Sues South Dakota, Massachusetts, Wyoming, Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee

    NetChoice files lawsuits over internet sales tax laws in South Dakota, Massachusetts, Wyoming, Indiana, Ohio, and Tennessee designed to force out-of-state businesses collect and remit sales tax.

  • NetChoice Drafts Facial Recognition Guidelines

    NetChoice assists in drafting NTIA privacy guidelines for facial recognition technology.

  • NetChoice Advances Virginia Ticket transferability Laws

    NetChoice work in Virginia advances laws that allow Virginians to transfer event ticket if they no longer need them.

  • Chris Cox Testifies on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

    NetChoice Outside Counsel, and author of Section 230, Hon. Chris Cox testifies before House Judiciary Committee on Section 230, pushing them to understand the importance of the vital internet law.

  • NetChoice Files Amicus Brief in Airbnb v New York

    NetChoice files amicus brief in Airbnb v New York, a Section 230 case that threatened the business models of short-term rental hosts.

  • "Protect Online Voices" Launches

    NetChoice launches "Protect Online Voices," a project aiming to preserve Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act from assaults in Congress. The law enables widespread freedom of expression and enterprise online.

  • 30th Member Joins NetChoice

  • NetChoice Testifies in Congress

    Carl Szabo, NetChoice Vice President and General Counsel testifies in House Judiciary Committee on antitrust in tech industry.

  • NetChoice Begins Fight For Data Centers

    NetChoice leads advocacy for state tax laws appropriate for large data centers, encouraging growth in localities around the country.

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How We Work

How We Work

NetChoice is fast and agile. With constantly changing conversation on tech policy issues, we anticipate and adapt to changes in the political landscape for new technologies.

MEET THE TEAM

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Carl Szabo

Vice President and General Counsel
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Chris Cox

Member of the Board of Directors

Former Chairman of the US House Committee on Homeland Security

Co-Author of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

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Chris Marchese

Counsel
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Kirti Nuthi

Public Affairs Associate
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Robert Winterton

Director of Public Affairs
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Steve DelBianco

President and CEO