The Developers Alliance strongly opposes the Open App Markets Act (OAMA), and encourages lawmakers to consider the impacts the legislation will have on developers and consumers. Washington, D.C. December 8,…Read More
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Can you prove no one under 18 uses your app? If you follow tech news you might already be aware of California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act. The bill is intended…Read More
Developers Alliance Releases Statement on Federal Trade Commission Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
The Developers Alliance encourages the FTC to consider the voices of developers in its study of data collection and security.Read More
The Developers Alliance encourages leadership in the House of Representatives to continue work on the American Data Privacy and Protection Act before it is voted on for final passage.
The Developers Alliance encourages the House Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee to improve the American Data Privacy and Protection Act before it is voted on.Read More
Bill Overload: What Does The American Innovation and Choice Online Act, The Open App Markets Act, The TLDR Act, And More Mean For Developers?
The Developers Alliance January 2022 US Policy Update.Read More
While 2021 was a busy year for tech policy, 2022 is already looking like it is going to be busier than ever.Read More
Threatened from every side, what are the Big Five to do?Read More
The Fall 2021 US Developer Policy Update.Read More
Proposal agreement is good news, especially for smaller developers.Read More
The letterhighlight that regulatory scrutiny is not only unnecessary in all acquisition cases, but that many technology companies actively seek to be acquired.Read More
This is the fourth submission for the developer-centered organization and second to the Supreme Court in defense of software interoperability.Read More