Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The Open Internet Coalition is committed to protecting the privacy and security of visitors to our Web Site. Outlined below is our privacy policy.

Personally Identifiable Information collected on this web site

The Open Internet Coalition may collect certain personally identifiable information from visitors to our Web site who choose to provide it through various web forms on this web site. Such information will be used only for its explicitly stated purpose, and will not be otherwise disclosed or shared except as described herein.  Any such information provided may be retained by The Open Internet Coalition for a period of up to 24 months.

Privacy of our Email Lists

Visitors to our Web site may choose to subscribe to various email lists maintained by The Open Internet Coalition. Subscribers to The Open Internet Coalition email lists have the opportunity to remove themselves from future communications by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link at the bottom of any email message. The Open Internet Coalition does not sell, rent, or otherwise share email addresses or other personally identifiable information with anyone outside of our coalition members and authorized agents or to the extent required by law.

Browser Information and Cookies

The Open Internet Coalition monitors the performance of our web site through commercially available web log analysis tools. We examine aggregate information including page views, unique user sessions, and other statistics to help us assess the performance of our site. No personally identifiable information is collected as a result of this process.  The Open Internet Coalition may use cookies to enhance the user experience on our web sites.  Visitors may use the site without cookies by disabling cookies on their browser, however, doing so may render certain portions of the site inoperative.

Children’s Privacy

The Open Internet Coalition complies with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). This web site is intended for adults only, and we do not knowingly contact or collect personal information from children under 13.

General Provisions

Use of this site constitutes your consent to this policy. This policy and our privacy practices are subject to change at any time by The Open Internet Coalition. If a change to our privacy practices is made, a corresponding change to our privacy policy will be posted here along with the date of the effect of such a change.

Last Updated January 4, 2010

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.