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CCIA, 7 Tech Associations File Supreme Court Amicus Brief In Taamneh Case

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association, along with 7 other tech-focused organizations, has filed an amicus brief in the Twitter v. Taamneh case today. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear this case involving terrorist content and social media companies’ efforts to protect users online.  No one wants to see extremist content on…

Tell Congress: Stop Dangerous Misinformation, oppose JCPA

Along with the legal and constitutional issues associated with the JCPA, the legislation could allow fringe sites and bad actors to increase the spread of misinformation, harm the public, and harm democracy. Instead of allowing the bill to sink or swim on its own, Congressional leadership is preparing to attach the JCPA to a must-pass…

December 05, 2022
CCIA Statement on Outcomes of Third U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council Meeting

WASHINGTON—EU and U.S. diplomats met in College Park, Maryland on December 5 for the third meeting of the EU-U.S. Trade & Technology Council. Leadership discussed strategies for strengthening the transatlantic partnership and to address global trade challenges, with a particular focus on shoring up supply chains, protecting human rights online including collaboration to combat Internet…

Problems With JCPA Focus Of CCIA Ad Campaign

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association launched an ad campaign opposing legislation being considered by Congress that would compel some digital services to host dangerous content that violates their terms of service on misinformation. CCIA also objects to the JCPA being attached to must-pass legislation like the National Defense Authorization Act.  Along with…

December 01, 2022
CCIA Offers Comments On Saudi Arabia’s Draft Regulations For Digital Platforms

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association submitted comments to Saudi Arabia’s Communications & Information Technology Commission on its proposed Draft Competition Regulations for Digital Content Platforms. CCIA recommended gathering more information including from various stakeholders to fully understand market dynamics and cautioned that overly burdensome regulations aimed to carve out particular market players…

CCIA Joins HTIA, AAI In Patent Amicus Brief

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association has joined a patent amicus brief before the U.S Court of Appeals in the In re Nimitz case alongside other groups representing major innovators in the high tech and automotive industries. The brief argues that Federal District Courts have broad authority to require transparency on the funding…