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July 01, 1997
CCIA Says Administration’s E-Commerce Policy Recommendations Fall Short on Critical Interne...

(Washington, DC) — At today’s release of the Clinton Administration’s Framework for Global Electronic Commerce, Ed Black, President of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) called the report a “visionary effort” but one which is “seriously flawed” in how it addresses encryption and copyright liability for Internet Service Providers. “By commissioning such a noteworthy analysis of…

June 26, 1997
Delay of Tax-Free Internet Bill Poses Significant Threat to Future of Electronic Commerce

(Washington, DC) — CCIA Executive Vice President Glenn Davidson is today expressing the Association’s disappointment that progress on the “Internet Tax Freedom Act” (S. 442) has been derailed. “This is not simply an issue of states’ rights. The full development of the Internet as a legitimate marketplace is at stake. If state and local governments are free…

June 19, 1997
New Encryption Bill Deprives U.S. Businesses of Ability to Protect and Compete

(Washington, DC) — “Today’s vote of the Senate Commerce Committee to advance the McCain-Kerrey encryption bill is a vote for the status quo,” saidJohn Scheibel, CCIA Vice President and General Counsel. “It robs any business seeking to sell encryption products overseas of the ability to compete in today’s marketplace. “There is no compromise here. This…

June 18, 1997
CCIA Voices Support for Tax-Free Internet Bill As Vote Nears

(Washington, DC) — On the eve of tomorrow’s scheduled vote before the Senate Commerce Committee, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) stated its unyielding support for the “Internet Tax Freedom Act” (S. 442). The measure sponsored by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Congressman Christopher Cox (R-CA) would establish a national policy against state and local government…

CCIA: "Don't Turn Back the Clock on Computer Exports"

(Washington, DC) — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) is urging members of Congress to vote against an amendment proposed by Representatives Floyd Spence (R-SC) and Ron Dellums (D-CA) which would reimpose export controls on high performance computers. The amendment, to be added to the Defense Authorization Act, would reverse, at least partially, the important decontrols…

CCIA: “Don’t Turn Back the Clock on Computer Exports”

(Washington, DC) — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) is urging members of Congress to vote against an amendment proposed by Representatives Floyd Spence (R-SC) and Ron Dellums (D-CA) which would reimpose export controls on high performance computers. The amendment, to be added to the Defense Authorization Act, would reverse, at least partially, the important decontrols…

June 17, 1997
CCIA Questions Quick Action On New Encryption Bill

(Washington, DC) — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) is strongly urging Senate Commerce Committe Chairman John McCain to briefly postpone a scheduled mark-up this Thursday of the “Secure Public Networks Act of 1997” (S. 909), so that proper consideration can be given to the measure. “The complexity of the encryption issue, both legally and technologically,…

June 13, 1997
At CCIA's Washington Caucus:

Senator Hatch Considers the Prospects of a Compromise Encryption Bill;   Congressman Dingell to Draft an Amendment to Slow the Spectrum Auction Process(Washington, DC) — Senate Judiciary Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT)wants a resolution to the debate over encryption and export controls. In remarks this week to the Computer & Communications Industry Association’s Washington Caucus, Hatch said he may…

At CCIA’s Washington Caucus:

Senator Hatch Considers the Prospects of a Compromise Encryption Bill;   Congressman Dingell to Draft an Amendment to Slow the Spectrum Auction Process(Washington, DC) — Senate Judiciary Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT)wants a resolution to the debate over encryption and export controls. In remarks this week to the Computer & Communications Industry Association’s Washington Caucus, Hatch said he may…