CCIA advocates for an inclusive multi-stakeholder internet governance of the internet. The internet faces threats from some regimes, which seek to curb online freedoms and increase governmental control. The best way to combat these threats is to support multi-stakeholder internet governance bodies and continued global dialogues.

Most Recent Statements & Filings:

  • News & Events, Taxes & TradeTech Industry Offers Recommendations Ahead of G7 Summit Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined 14 other industry associations in releasing recommendations ahead of the G7 Leaders Summit taking place this weekend in Biarritz, Aquitaine, France.  Under France’s presidency of the G7, policymakers have met frequently over the past year at the various ministerial level meetings to discuss issues under the…
  • News & EventsTech Industry Offers Recommendations Ahead of G20 Trade & Digital Ministers Meeting Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association released a statement, along with other industry associations today, offering recommendations for the members of the G20 ahead of the G20 Digital Economy Ministerial taking place on June 8-9 in Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. For this year’s G20 Meeting of the Digital Economy Ministers, the Japanese Presidency focused…
  • Internet Freedom, Internet Governance, News & EventsCCIA expresses serious concerns with Russia law to control Internet Washington — The Russian government has enacted legislation that will extend Russia’s authoritarian control of the Internet by taking steps to create a local Internet infrastructure, shutting out citizens from the rest of the online world.  CCIA has previously raised concerns regarding the steady rise in action by the Russia government to limit Internet freedom…