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November 04, 1997
CCIA's BLACK TESTIFIES ON INDUSTRY COMPETITION AND ANTI-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES BEFORE THE SEN...

(Washington, DC) — Citing the importance of maintaining healthy competition within the computer and communications industry to inspire innovation and provide consumers with choices, Ed Black, President of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), today urged lawmakers and regulators to continue monitoring competition and remain ever vigilant in the prosecution of anticompetitive behaviors. In testimony…

CCIA’s BLACK TESTIFIES ON INDUSTRY COMPETITION AND ANTI-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES BEFORE THE SE...

(Washington, DC) — Citing the importance of maintaining healthy competition within the computer and communications industry to inspire innovation and provide consumers with choices, Ed Black, President of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), today urged lawmakers and regulators to continue monitoring competition and remain ever vigilant in the prosecution of anticompetitive behaviors. In testimony…

October 22, 1997
CCIA Finds Significant Omissions In Report Of Critical Infrastructure Commission

Industry Should Be Concerned More About What The Commission Didn’t Say, Than What It Did(Washington, DC) — “The Commission’s vague recommendations and perceived infrastructure threat give me great cause for alarm,” said Glenn K. Davidson, executive vice president of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA). “It makes me think the government wishes to make wholesale…

October 20, 1997
CCIA: Justice Contempt Action Against Microsoft is Justified and Necessary

(Washington, DC) — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) applauds the U. S. Justice Department for identifying anti-competitive practices within the computer and communications industry and taking steps to end some of them. In this case, Justice has targeted Microsoft for requiring personal computer manufacturers to license and distribute its Internet browser, Internet Explorer — along…

September 04, 1997
CCIA Endorses Ashcroft Digital Copyright Bill

(Washington, DC) — Ed Black, President of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today pledged his support of S.1146, the “Digital Copyright and Technology Education Act” introduced by Senator John Ashcroft(R-MO). “Senator Ashcrosft’s bill pave the road to the 21st century. In a single piece of legislation he has managed to protect transmission of information on…

July 22, 1997
'SAFE' Encryption Bill Wins Approval of House International Relations Committee

CCIA Applauds Vote As Next Step Toward Securing the Internet for E-Commerce(Washington, DC) — In another critical vote for the future of the Internet and electronic commerce, the House International Relations Committee today voted unanimously to advance HR 695, the “Security and Freedom through Encryption (SAFE) Act.” John Scheibel, Vice President and General Counsel of the…

‘SAFE’ Encryption Bill Wins Approval of House International Relations Committee

CCIA Applauds Vote As Next Step Toward Securing the Internet for E-Commerce(Washington, DC) — In another critical vote for the future of the Internet and electronic commerce, the House International Relations Committee today voted unanimously to advance HR 695, the “Security and Freedom through Encryption (SAFE) Act.” John Scheibel, Vice President and General Counsel of the…

July 10, 1997
CCIA Wins an Important Vote on Computer Exports

(Washington, DC) — Following today’s U.S. Senate floor vote on the Grams-Boxer amendment to the Department of Defense (DoD) Authorization Bill,CCIA Vice President and General Counsel John Scheibel called the final 72-27 tally a “resounding victory” toward maintaining the important decontrols on high speed computers in place since 1995. The Grams-Boxer amendment substituted for the Cochran-Durbin…

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

(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…