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- An advocacy group campaigning to Congress about the need for faster, more affordable high-speed Internet access. Provides a link to a Congressional directory with names, addresses, and votes on particular issues.
Hands Off the Net
- A coalition of Net users campaigning for less government regulation of the internet
Internet Education Foundation
- The IEF lobbies the US Congress on issues involving the Internet including access, censorship, education. This group also is responsible for GetNetWise, a site devoted to information on Web safety for kids. Links to other organizations under Board Members.
Internet Public Policy Network
- The IPPNconnects organizations to experts on issues such as telecommunications, e-commerce, and technology in communities.
- The first watchdog group whose sole purpose is to represent and fight for the legislative, regulatory, and political interests, needs and concerns of the tens of millions of adult Internet users in the United States.
National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications
- Information resource for US government commissions, committees, plans, and initiatives dealing with information technology and Next Generation Internet. Links to reports and to other government organizations such as DARPA, NOAA, and NSF. Has internal search engine.
Next Generation Internet
- National (US) organization dedicated to the quick implementation of NGI. Holds periodic meetings.
Spam Free Washington
- Home site of the anti-spam movement in Washington state. Discusses Washington State House Bill 2752 which deals with regulating junk e-mail. Has links to the legislation itself. Links to Spam resources. Good source for others who want ideas on how to limit junk e-mail in their home states.
The US Congressional Internet Caucus
- This site contains information about the program and activities of the Advisory Committee and the Congressional Internet Caucus a bi-partisan group of over 100 members of the House and Senate working to educate their colleagues about the promise and potential of the Internet.
- Campaigning to Congress about the need for affordable access to high-speed networks for urban, suburban, and rural net users throughout the United States.
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