MICROSOFT RULING WILL HAVE LITTLE EFFECT ON FINAL DECISION, ACCORDING TO CCIA PRESIDENT ED BLACK

Washington, DC- Today’s Supreme Court decision declining to hear the expedited appeal of the Microsoft ruling finding that the company acted in violation of anti-trust laws will have little impact on the ultimate decision on that funding, or as to whether the software giant should be broken up due to its anti-competitive practices. “While we…

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CCIA and SIIA File Amicus Requesting Direct Supreme Court Review of Microsoft Case

Washington, DC- The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) and the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) of America today filed and amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the motion by the Justice Department and State Attorneys General for direct review of the U.S. v. Microsoft decision. The government’s motion under the…

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CCIA concerned about government’s expanding role in e-commerce

Letter sent to Administration asks for reevaluation of current government plans   Washington, DC- The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), along with the American Electronics Association (AEA) and the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), sent a letter to the Administration that expressed concern regarding the developing trend of governments’ role in electronic commerce.…

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CCIA supports Congressional efforts to address issue of government e-commerce contributing to abuse of privacy

CCIA in conjunction with two other associations sends letter of support Washington, DC- The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) sent a letter in conjunction with the American Electronics Association (AEA) and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), to House Majority Leader Richard Armey, Congressman Billy Tauzin and Congressman Bob Goodlatte in support of…

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Statement of Ed Black, President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association on Judge Jackson’s ruling in favor of government’s motion to expedite U.S. v. Microsoft appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington, DC- We are very pleased that Judge Jackson has supported the request of the Justice Department and State Attorneys General to expedite Microsoft’s appeal of his ruling to the Supreme Court. Inexplicably, and in contradiction of their own previous statements to the Court, Microsoft now maintains that this case is not “of general public…

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