Who We Are
The LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender) Technology Partnership encourages the continued early adoption and use of cutting-edge, new and emerging technologies by providing information, education and strategic outreach for LGBT communities. We are a national, nonpartisan group of LGBT organizations, academic institutions and high technology companies whose mission is to engage with critical technology and public policy leaders for strategic discussions at all levels. The Partnership ensures that cable, telecommunications and high technology issues of specific concern to LGBT communities are addressed in public policy conversations. Learn more about LGBT Tech.
The Future of Broadband, Security and Privacy for LGBT Communities
On September 12, 2013 the LGBT Technology Partnership held our inaugural fall policy forum with keynote speaker FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai. Find out more here: Fall Policy Forum Review
Technology and Same-Sex Marriage
It is common knowledge that the rise in technological advances has changed the world. But how technological advances have aided in the empowerment of LGBT communities is often less clear. Read more.
December 3, 2013
FCC mHealth Innovation Expo
In advance of the mHealth Summit just outside of Washington, D.C. next week, the FCC is hosting an mHealth Innovation Expo this Friday, December 6th.
November 22, 2013
Developing A Broadband Policy That Benefits the LGBT Community
“We’re changing the world with technology” – Bill Gates There is no doubt that the way we communicate has changed drastically over the years, even
October 17, 2013
Wilde About Food, Photos, Copyrights and Dandies!
You’d hardly call yourself pedestrian, would you? I mean, after all, you consider yourself quite the gourmand with a sophisticated palate, a gastronome with a
September 24, 2013
FDA Issues Final Guidance on Mobile Medical Apps
Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued final guidance for developers of mobile medical apps. The guidelines have been designed to set clear rules
September 18, 2013
Broadband Delivers Benefits and Poses Challenges to LGBT Communities
The early Internet was characterized by the screechy sounds of dial-up modems and archaic websites that took minutes — not seconds — to load. Even