On September 3, 2012, the Democratic Party released its 2012 platform at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC. The platform vows to preserve the United States’ “leadership in the Internet economy” by ensuring a “21st century digital infrastructure” through high-speed wireless broadband, freeing up wireless spectrum, and building a national public safety network. On net neutrality, “President Obama is strongly committed to protecting an open Internet that fosters investment, innovation, creativity, consumer choice, and free speech, unfettered by censorship or undue violations of privacy.” The platform highlights the Obama administration’s efforts on Internet consumer protection identifying the “Internet Privacy Bill of Rights” and “Do Not Track” options initiated by the government. Finally, and similarly to the Republican platform, the Democratic platform resists intergovernmental control of the Internet. The 2012 Democratic platform is available here.