Internet Freedom Coalition
The IFC states on its website that "the Internet has become a powerful communications and economic force because it has been free from government interference. To make sure the power and promise of the Internet continues, we need to keep it free of government interference.
1. We oppose three basic threats to Internet Freedom: Taxes 2. Regulations 3. and any attempt by the United Nations to manage the Internet".
On its website, IFC lists the following groups as members of its coalition:
- American Seniors AKA American Seniors Association
- American Conservative Union
- Americans for Prosperity
- Americans for Tax Reform
- Black America’s Political Action Committee
- Catholic Citizenship
- Center for Freedom and Prosperity
- Center for Individual Freedom
- Citizen Outreach
- Commonwealth Foundation for Public Policy Alternatives
- Competitive Enterprise Institute
- Cornerstone Policy Research
- Council for Citizens Against Government Waste
- Ethan Allen Institute
- Frontiers of Freedom
- Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
- Illinois Policy Institute
- Independent Women’s Forum
- Institute For Liberty -- operates Internet Freedom Coalition
- Institute for Policy Innovation
- Iowa Association of Scholars -- defunct
- Kansas Taxpayers Network -- Americans for Prosperity Front
- Media Freedom Project
- National Taxpayers Union
- Ohio Taxpayers Association & OTA Foundation -- defunct
- Public Interest Institute
- Reason Foundation
- TechPolicyWatch.com -- defunct
- The Maine Heritage Policy Center
- Tennessee Center for Policy Research
- Wayne County Taxpayers Association, Inc. -- nearly defunct
Articles and resources
Related SourceWatch articles
- ↑ Institute for Liberty, Institute for Liberty 2007 Annual Return to the IRS", January 2009, page 3.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Internet Freedom Coalition", accessed September 2009.
- ↑ "InternetFreedomCoalition.org Whois Record", Whois, accessed September 2009.