CCIA Asks BIS About Scope Of Potential Export Controls

Washington — In comments filed with the Bureau of Industry Security Thursday, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered recommendations regarding the export control process for “emerging technologies.” CCIA also asked BIS to continue consulting with industry as it develops its export control process for “emerging technologies”, noting that a poorly executed export control regime…

CCIA Welcomes Romanian EU Presidency

The Computer & Communications Industry Association welcomes the first-ever Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU. Romania will chair negotiations on key EU legislative proposals from copyright to ePrivacy to digital taxation during the first half of 2019. CCIA presented our EU tech policy recommendations to the Romanian government during our recent delegation visit to Bucharest. The following can be…

CCIA Asks USTR To Prioritize Digital Trade As Barriers To European Markets Grow

Washington — As trade barriers with the European Union grow, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered comments to USTR on priorities for a potential trade agreement with the EU. CCIA welcomes the prospect of a holistic trade agreement with the EU to further the strong transatlantic relationship and encouraged USTR to use its achievements…

E-Evidence: CCIA Calls on European Parliament to Ensure a Balanced Approach

Brussels, BELGIUM – European Justice Ministers today adopted a general approach on the draft EU e-Evidence Regulation. The text amends a Commission proposal that would allow national law enforcement authorities to directly request individuals’ data from most digital service providers during criminal proceedings. It also obliges service providers to supply the requested data within 10…

CCIA Urges European Parliament to Take Effective, Proportionate Approach to Tackle Terrorist Content Online

Brussels, BELGIUM — The European Council adopted a general approach on the draft Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online today. This agreement importantly includes an obligation for all hosting service providers, big or small, to remove terrorist content within one hour from receiving a removal order from authorities. The European Parliament will…