CCIA’s new Huffington Post column

BY CCIA Staff
September 26, 2011
CCIA President & CEO Ed Black will be blogging regularly on technology policy and telecom policy issues for the Huffington Post. He filed his most recent post on the WTO panel discussion he led last week in Geneva on how we need to enforce existing trade agreements and better protections for Internet freedom into new ones.
Read the latest post here. Please add your comments too.
Also, the site allows you to comment search for “Edward J. Black” and sign up to get his latest post via email.

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