CCIA’s Statement on Global Internet Freedom

BY CCIA Staff
May 20, 2008
The Computer & Communications Industry Association is a longtime advocate of policies that provide open markets, open systems and open networks and is concerned when governments limit access to means of communications like the Internet. CCIA released this statement at this morning’s hearing on Global Internet Freedom: Corporate Responsibility and the Rule of Law before the Senate Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law.
CCIA also sent a copy of this statement to the United States Trade Representative, Ambassador Susan C. Schwab.

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