As the digital economy grows, questions are arising about how to protect one’s privacy over a variety of electronic communications. Sometimes these questions impact the Latino community in unique ways. NHMC will examine public and private sector activities that seemingly invade upon the privacy of Latinos. It will educate Latinos about these intrusions and ways to prevent them. Finally, it will advocate for policies to prevent unreasonable government and corporate interference with Latinos’ lives.
NHMC joined UCC, OC Inc., and four other civil rights organizations in a letter opposing the Federal Communication Commission’s draft order regarding diversification of ownership in broadcasting services. The order, […]
On Monday, NHMC joined a coalition of 76 public interest organizations in asking the Federal Communications Commission to move forward with important consumer initiatives in set-top box reform, broadband privacy, [...]
On August 24th, Public Knowledge joined six consumer groups to file comments to the Federal Communications Commission regarding the danger and safety concern over Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) that the automobile [...]
On August 5th, NHMC joined The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Upturn, 18MillionRising.org, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and New America’s Open Technology Institute on signing a comment on the NYPD’s Body [ ...
The National Hispanic Media Coalition joined over twenty other organizations in signing onto an open letter to the Democratic and Republican National Committees, asking the parties to engage in critical [...]
The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) signs-on to the Civil Rights Principles on Body Worn Cameras.
NHMC's 2015 Policy Priorities aim to ensure a media that is fair and inclusive of Latinos, and access to communications that is universal, affordable, and open.