Major Study Sheds Light On Online Privacy, Security Values, Behavior

Washington, D.C. – A new poll released today by the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) found that Internet users are highly concerned about the theft of personal and financial information and believe strongly that the federal government should do more to protect them. This CCIA telephone survey of 1,000 voters was conducted by Benenson Strategy…

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CCIA Welcomes NSA Surveillance Recommendations in Report To White House

Washington – More steps to reform NSA surveillance are on the table today as the White House has released the report it received from the President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, which has advocated for surveillance reform for more than a decade including at a Senate Judiciary…

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UN Resolution on surveillance a good start, but 5-eyes countries prevent it from being great

The world’s highest and most diverse political body has finally reacted to this summer’s revelations of mass Government surveillance programs. Last week, a subcommittee of the UN General Assembly (GA) adopted a resolution on “The right to privacy in the digital age”, which contains a strongly worded condemnation of online surveillance. The resolution, which can…

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CCIA Praises Surveillance Reform Plans At Senate Judiciary Hearing

Washington – During a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing Wednesday afternoon, Computer & Communications Industry Association President & CEO Ed Black testified on why it is in the national interest to reform the scope of government surveillance and to be transparent about remaining data collection practices so that Congress and the American people can evaluate…

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