Who We Are

The Internet has been the most successful platform for economic growth, innovation and discovery in our nation’s history. The Open Internet Coalition represents consumers, grassroots organizations, and businesses working in pursuit of a shared goal: keeping the Internet fast, open and accessible to all Americans.

Our coalition speaks for tens of millions of Americans and spans the entire political spectrum. We stand together for protecting an open Internet where everyone can access what they want when they want. In Washington and state capitals across the country we’re working for policies like network neutrality and universal access to high-speed Internet connections that will benefit all of us, not just the large phone and cable companies who sell connections to the Internet.

 

List of Coalition Supporters

Adaptive Marketing LLC
Aegon Direct Marketing Services
Amazon
American Association of Law Libraries
American Civil Liberties Union
American Library Association
Anglebeds.com
Ask.com 
Association of Research Libraries
Bloglines
Chemistry.com
Circumedia LLC
Citysearch
CollegeHumor
Computer & Communications Industry Association
Cornerstone Brands, Inc.
Data Foundry
Domania
Downstream
Dreamsleep.com
Dresses.com
Earthlink
eBay
Educause
Electronic Retailing Association
Entertainment Consumers Association
Entertainment Publications
Evite
Facebook
Free Press
GetSmart
Gifts.com
GoGawGaw
Google
Hawthorne Direct
HomeLoanCenter.com
HSN
IAC
Iceland Health Inc.
iNest
InPulse Response
Internet2
Interval International
iWon
LendingTree
Livemercial
Match.com
Media Access Project
Media Partners Worldwide
Mercury Media
Merrick Group
NationalBlinds.com
Net Coalition
Netflix
New America Foundation
North Texas Technology Council
PayPal
Product Partners
Pronto.com
Public Knowledge
RealEstate.com
ReserveAmerica
Savvier
ServiceMagic
Shoebuy.com
Shopping.com
Skype
Sling Media
Sony Electronics, Inc.
StubHub
Success in the City
TechNet
Ticketmaster
TiVo
Tonystickets.com
Tranquilitymattress.com
Twitter
US PIRG
Vanguard
Vonage
Washington Bureau for ISP Advocacy
Windward Instruments
YouTube

The Open Internet Coalition stands for:

An Open Internet
Access to broadband networks should be open to all producers and consumers of Internet content on fair and equal terms.

Universal Affordable Access
Broadband Internet access should be universally available and affordable. 

Quality through Competition
A competitive marketplace creates jobs, helps the American consumer, fosters innovation, and drives economic growth.