"We applaud the appointment of Danny Marti as Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator and look forward to working with him and the Administration to protect the intellectual property that helps fuel the American economy."
"We applaud the bipartisan leadership of Chairmen Upton and Walden and Ranking Members Waxman and Eshoo for their efforts to secure House approval of the must-pass STELA Reauthorization Act (H.R. 4572). The legislation extends expiring provisions related to retransmission of broadcast TV signals and accomplishes modest reforms of our video laws that will yield significant consumer benefits.
"We applaud Reps. Latta, Issa, Eshoo, and Matsui on the introduction of the Wi-Fi Innovation Act. This bipartisan legislation would take important steps to secure more unlicensed spectrum in the 5 Ghz band. With the demand for Wi-Fi enabled devices – along with the spectrum required to use these devices — continuously rising, we need to assure that our country can establish a future where ultra-fast Wi-Fi is everywhere. We look forward to working with these members and the rest of the House on passage of this legislation."
“We applaud Chairman Goodlatte, Congresswoman Eshoo, and the House of Representatives on today’s strong, bipartisan approval of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (HR. 3086). With the current ITFA tax moratorium expiring November 1, a failure to extend before Congress recesses in September will risk driving up the cost of Internet connectivity for tens of millions of American consumers and businesses.
"We applaud members of the House on today's passage of the Permanent Extension of Bonus Depreciation (H.R. 4718), and especially thank the House Ways and Means Committee for their work on this bill. This legislation provides for a strong economic environment to create jobs, expand businesses and innovate for our country's future."
“We applaud Chairman Goodlatte, Rep. Eshoo and the House Judiciary Committee on today’s passage of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (HR. 3086). Failing to extend the current Internet tax moratorium by November 1st risks driving up the cost of connectivity. We urge the Congress to quickly pass this important legislation so that American consumers and businesses will continue to be protected from any additional taxes and fees that could raise the price of Internet access and slow the rapid adoption of broadband services.”
“The cable industry has consistently stated our support for sensible but clear rules which ensure that American consumers continue to enjoy an open and unfettered Internet experience. Cable companies do not engage in paid prioritization and have every incentive to ensure that all consumers enjoy fast and robust Internet services. We are confident that Chairman Wheeler can restore effective rules under the path that the Court suggested, and we will work with all parties to preserve consumer protections enforced by the FCC and Federal Trade Commission.”
“NCTA is devastated by the news of Glenn Britt’s passing and offer our deepest sympathies to his wife Barbara, his family, friends and long-time colleagues at Time Warner Cable and throughout the cable industry. Glenn was one of the cable industry’s best and brightest leaders who for decades led Time Warner Cable through a period of significant transformation and exciting innovation.