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You Might Want to Work at OTI if...

Nine reasons why you should work at OTI.


February's Open Letter from OTI's Director

Kevin Bankston shares the latest letter from the OTI newsletter.


Getting Internet Companies to Do the Right Thing

Our mission here at OTI is to make sure that you, and everyone else around the world, has access to an internet that is both open and secure


Measurement Lab's Comments on the National Broadband Research Agenda

Last week, the NTIA and NSF released the NBRA after months of stakeholder consultation.


An Open Letter From The Director: OTI’s Positive Agenda in a Post-Trump World

OTI Director Kevin Bankston wrote an open letter identifying OTI's priorities following the presidential election.


How to Make Transparency Reports Better

Transparency reports will become the primary insight into the use (or abuse) of powerful surveillance tools.


OTI's Year in Policy Papers

Revisit OTI's 2016 by reviewing our year in policy papers.


FCC Passes New Rules That Actually Increase Consumer Privacy Protections

These rules will finally return to consumers some of the control over their privacy that they’ve long desired.


OTI to FCC: Protect Americans from Digital Gatekeepers

The gatekeeper power of the telecommunications industry is a serious threat to consumers.


Showing Missing Data in Line Charts

Depending on how you slice the data, you might end up with too small of a sample size on a given day in a given location.


OTI Celebrates IANA transition

This transition marks an important milestone in securing a free and open internet.


The Long Road to “Unlock the Box”

Read more about what is at stake in today's FCC vote.