Supreme Court To Take Up Bilski Patent Case

The Supreme Court has agreed to consider what types of business methods should be patentable as it indicated it would take up the Bilski patent case today. The Computer & Communications Industry Association is pleased with the additional opportunity this provides for legal clarity. The following quotes can be attributed to Ed Black, CCIA President…

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Obama Plans Balanced Cyber Security Measures, Remains Committed To Neutral, Open Internet

The Computer & Communications Industry Association is issuing the following statement in response to President Obama’s statement today on the nation’s cyber security infrastructure. The following statement can be attributed to Ed Black, President & CEO of CCIA: “President Obama announced he plans to appoint both a cyber security czar and someone who understands privacy…

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An Open Letter from Our CEO: Three Strikes; Now What?

Today, CCIA ran an open letter in several Washington, DC publications highlighting yesterday’s ruling by the European Commission, which found Intel guilty of abusing its monopoly position. After years of investigating, the Commission ruled that Intel’s actions significantly harmed competition and innovation, ordered it to cease its abusive practices and issued a $1.45 billion fine.…

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Upcoming Event: 36th Annual Washington Caucus

Computer and Communications Industry Association 36 Annual Washington Caucus May 6, 2009 NEWSEUM Featuring: Rep. Rick Boucher, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Rep. Anna Eshoo, Rep. Goodlatte, and more to be announced… Register Online $250 for CCIA members (first ticket) and $200 for each additional ticket $400 for nonmembers (first ticket) and $350 for each additional Space…

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