CCIA Disrupts Its Disruptive Competition (DisCo) Blog With A Redesign

Washington — The Disruptive Competition (DisCo) blog that covers disruptive innovation and the policies that enable it  launched its new blog design today. The Computer & Communications Industry Association started its DisCo blog more than five years ago before tech competition issues were news headlines. Since then, the technology policy experts have written published posts…

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CCIA Welcomes Objectives of EU E-Evidence Proposals, Encourages Further Improvements

Brussels, Belgium – The European Commission today issued its package to improve cross-border access to electronic evidence. The package includes two legislative proposals, including a “Regulation on cross-border access to e-Evidence” and a “Directive on appointing a Legal Representative”. The proposals require online service providers to respond to data production and preservation orders issued by…

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How the Big ISPs Prioritize Confusion in the Net Neutrality Debate

Over the past few months of the net neutrality debate, the largest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the country, like AT&T and Comcast, have tried to profess that they have always been pro-net neutrality.  These statements, like “We do not block, slow down or discriminate against lawful content”, however, are neither commitments about the future…

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CCIA Supports Music Modernization Act Scheduled For Markup

Washington — The House Judiciary Committee convenes on Wednesday to mark up legislation that will significantly change the regulation of online music. Included among the bills that the Committee plans to mark up is the Music Modernization Act, which aims to modernize the licensing of digital music rights. The legislation also includes titles which partially…

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European High Court Issues Ruling Impacting Digital Single Market, EU Member States

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has ruled on the question of whether France needed to notify the European Commission before passing a law impacting Europe’s Digital Single Market (DSM). Under EU rules, Member States must communicate to the Commission any draft technical regulations that relate to the taking-up or…

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