Microsoft ditches Internet Association, a major lobbying trade group

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[h=2]What you need to know[/h]
  • The Internet Association is a trade group responsible for Big Tech lobbying efforts.
  • Microsoft has been a member of the association for years and is now formally departing.
  • Uber is also leaving.
The Internet Association, an ally to Microsoft's lobbying goals for many years, is now losing the tech giant as a member. The group, founded in 2012, still has Google, Amazon, and Meta/Facebook on the party roster, but Microsoft and Uber are no small loss.

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