CCIA Publishes Position Paper on EU Proposal on Political Advertising

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) has published its position paper on the European Commission’s proposal on transparency and targeting of political advertising (TTPA). Among others we encourage legislators to: clarify the definition of political advertising and political actors; recognise advertisers role and assign responsibilities accordingly and; clarify data access obligations. The Council…

16 Associations Call For a “fair, workable and effective” Digital Services Act

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has joined 15 trade associations in urging legislators to achieve “a fair, workable and effective compromise on the DSA that will secure a vibrant and innovative digital economy for Europe for decades to come.” The letter to the French Council Presidency, MEPs and European Commission invite…

Georgia’s Senate Passes Content Moderation Bill Similar To Those Courts Have Found Unconstitutional

Washington – States including Alaska, Ohio, and Tennessee are proceeding with proposals that would block digital services from enforcing user agreements online. Today Georgia’s Senate passed a content moderation bill that would prevent digital services from moderating harmful content to protect their users.  CCIA had filed comments asking the Georgia Senate to reject the measure…

CCIA, 37 Other Companies, Organizations Ask Congress To Protect U.S. Consumers, Companies Rather Than Foreign Luxury Brands

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association, along with 37 civil society groups, trade associations and companies, sent a letter to House and Senate leaders Tuesday on their opposition to a bill that would benefit foreign luxury brands, but harm smaller U.S. companies and consumers – the Stopping Harmful Offers on Platforms by Screening…

CCIA Statement in Support of Doreen Bogdan-Martin’s Candidacy for ITU Secretary-General

The following can be attributed to Computer & Communications Industry Association President Matt Schruers:  “CCIA supports the candidacy of Doreen Bogdan-Martin for the position of Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The ITU will be well served by her leadership and years of experience working for better access to telecommunications as digital services become…

CCIA Announces New Hires, Staff Promotions

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association is pleased to announce several new hires and promotions.  The association has hired Stephanie Joyce as Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President, and Krisztian Katona, as Vice President of Global Competition and Regulatory Policy. Stephanie joins CCIA after more than 20 years in private practice where…