CCIA at the European Dialogue on Internet Governance

Christian Borggreen and Maud Sacquet from CCIA’s European secretariat will participate in the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) this week in Tallinn, Estonia. Christian will speak on workshop 2 “New business models and the Internet” (6 June, 14:30-16:00) and workshop 4 “Criminal justice on the Internet – identifying common solutions”(7 June, 11:00-12:30). Maud will…

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CCIA, Over 60 Organisations To EU Lawmakers: Put The Copyright Reform Back On The Right Track

Brussels, BELGIUM — Today, CCIA and over 60 civil society organisations and trade associations representing Internet users, online services, startups, publishers and research and educational institutions from all over the European Union urge European lawmakers to put the reform on copyright in the Digital Single Market back on the right track. In an open-letter, the…

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CCIA Files Copyright Amicus In Case Involving Fair Use And Programming Languages

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has filed an amicus brief with the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the long-running Oracle v. Google litigation, a case in which Oracle seeks to significantly extend intellectual property claims in ways that would harm innovation in technology and software development. The following can…

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CCIA, Tech Industry Coalition Recommend Electronic Surveillance Reform

Washington – Leading technology companies and associations sent a joint letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Goodlatte today supporting surveillance reform. The Computer & Communications Industry Association strongly recommends modifying the surveillance powers authorized by Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act so as to improve privacy protections and increase transparency. Specifically, the letter recommends…

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Broadcasters, Bars & Restaurants, Audio Services, CCIA File Amicus In U.S. v. BMI Case

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined broadcasters, bar and restaurant owners, and audio visual services providers in supporting the Department of Justice in its appeal of a decision in favor of BMI. The joint amicus brief argues that the antitrust consent decree that governs BMI requires them to offer full licensing rights…

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Broadcasters, Bars & Restaurants, Audio Services, CCIA File Amicus In U.S. v. BMI Case

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined broadcasters, bar and restaurant owners, and audio visual services providers in supporting the Department of Justice in its appeal of a decision in favor of BMI. The joint amicus brief argues that the antitrust consent decree that governs BMI requires them to offer full licensing rights…

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