IFTA supports efforts to ensure that the principles of non-discrimination and open access also are extended to the Internet ("net neutrality").

July 15, 2014
As part of IFTA's Net Neutrality filing and comments Jean Prewitt, President and CEO stated,"IFTA's message is the same as in the Commission's 2010 proceeding on this issue: The FCC must pursue the most effective regulatory path to ensure that broadband providers' control over the Internet cannot be translated into market barriers preventing independent content producers and service and application providers from reaching the American public. Only with those protections in place can we be confident that the Internet will remain open."
January 10, 2010
IFTA commends the House Energy & Commerce Telecommunications & the Internet Subcommittee for holding its hearing on HR 5353, the "Internet Freedom Preservation Act of 2008," expressing support for the bill's goals.
April 17, 2008
IFTA asks the Commission to set policies to ensure that diverse content and innovative services are not blocked or discouraged under the rubric of "network management."
March 14, 2008
IFTA responds to speech by MPAA President/CEO Dan Glickman announcing studios' opposition to "net neutrality" regulation (ShoWest "State of the Industry" speech, March 11, 2008).