CCIA Welcomes New Members

Washington – A day ahead of its annual Washington Caucus convening leaders from Congress, the Administration and the tech industry, the Computer & Communications Industry Association welcomed Aereo, British Telecom (BT) and TiVo as its newest members. These innovative companies join CCIA’s broad and influential member base, which also recently added Allegro, Foursquare, Pandora and…

CCIA Welcomes Robust Open Internet Rules Approved by European Parliament

Brussels — Today the European Parliament voted on protections to the open Internet as part of a legislative package on telecommunications. This is the first phase in the process of adopting this legislation, as agreement must now be sought with Council. An open Internet requires that Internet service providers should treat equivalent types of Internet…

CCIA Supports House Resolution On Internet Freedom in Turkey

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association praised a bipartisan resolution introduced by House members yesterday asking Turkey to stop blocking its citizens’ access to social media sites like Twitter and YouTube. The measure by Rep. Anna G. Eshoo, D-Calif., ranking member of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee, and three key members of the Foreign…

CCIA, CDT Encourage the European Parliament to Support Net Neutrality in Tomorrow’s Vote

Brussels – On 3rd April, the European Parliament will vote in Plenary on the ‘Telecoms Single Market Regulation’. We commend the work of the Parliamentary Committees that have issued opinions on the dossier. The Parliament has dealt with this wide-ranging and complex proposal effectively and efficiently. For tomorrow’s vote, a number of political groups have proposed amendments…

CCIA Welcomes the UK Government’s Move to Reform Copyright

Brussels — Yesterday the UK Government introduced new exceptions to copyright law. The areas covered by new exceptions include private copying, quotation and parody, disability, public administration as well as research, education, libraries and archives including text and data mining for non-commercial research. This move is part of the outcome of the copyright review process…