CCIA’s Response To ETNO Economic Study

The European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association published a study late Wednesday offering policy recommendations to grow the European telecommunications sector titled “A Future Policy Framework for Growth.” The Computer & Communications Industry Association, which represents telecommunications companies as well as Internet services, whose customers depend on telecommunications connections for access to the Internet, has spent…

Shifting Language Threatens WIPO Treaty on Visually Impaired

Throughout its 40-year history, CCIA has aligned itself with sensible IP and technology policy efforts and has also taken broader stands on things like human rights and free expression. Often, a case arises that commingles these interests. One such issue involves international copyright exceptions for those who are blind or have other reading disabilities. Delegates…

CCIA Endorses TRIPS Deferral Request For Least Developed Countries

Today, CCIA endorsed a bid by the world’s Least Developed Countries (LDC’s) to remove any specific deadline for full compliance with the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement. As a technology trade organization, CCIA believes premature implementation of stepped up protections would be counterproductive, adding costs to public health systems and other administrative…

CCIA Europe To Host Media Conference Call Thursday On New "Sky is Rising" Study

After last year’s release of the study ‘The Sky is Rising‘ looking at the global, economic state of the entertainment industry, the Computer & Communication Industry Association (CCIA) is convening a media briefing Thursday  15:00 CET/ 9am EST to present the main findings of our new, European study focusing on the entertainment businesses in France,…