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Become an ITEGA Member

We invite publishers, technology companies, foundations and members of the public to become ITEGA members.

As a member, you will be supporting the creation of privacy policies, user-data protocols, and other technical and business infrastructure around the use of user data.

Member Benefits:
  • Receive a regular newsletter with news you can use about privacy and user identity initiatives;
  • Gain access to briefing calls with experts on developing issues around user privacy and identity;
  • Receive invitations to multi-stakeholder processes to create policies around privacy and identity;
  • Be eligible for beta-testing of new business applications using distributed user identity tools.
  • Most of all, by becoming an ITEGA member you will make be making a public statement that you prize user privacy.
Membership Levels:
  1. Individual Membership ($500/year): You care deeply about being able to look at information online without giving away all your personal information. ITEGA is a 501c3 and individual memberships are tax-deductible. Individuals are also invited to donate. To join, click here.
  2. Publishing Membership ($2,500/year): Becoming an ITEGA member makes a statement about your commitment to privacy. ITEGA membership also gives you access to valuable, actionable information about the state of privacy regulations, the opportunity to set privacy policies, and pre-market access to new business applications for opt-in personalization. To join, click here.
  3. Founding Membership ($25,000): Right now we are offering the opportunity for you to help shape ITEGA’s mission and develop our basic privacy policies. As a Founding Member you will be invited to initiate multistakeholder processes and identify the privacy and identity tools you most want developed. Founding Members benefit by paying a flat fee–pay once and become an ITEGA member forever. To join as a founding member please contact Executive Director Bill Densmore.

“Managing identity and privacy for the public is an important unmet challenge. There is no institution better positioned than local news organizations to provide this service to the public in the context of a trusted third party like ITEGA.” — Douglas K. Smith, executive director of Columbia Journalism School’s Sulzberger Executive Leadership Program.

Interested in membership but don’t fit these categories? Contact us!

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