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November 06, 2014

FBI Calls For Legislation To Give Government Access To Encrypted Data

Washington – In a speech at the Brookings Institution today, FBI Director James Comey’s called on Congress to pass legislation giving the government statutorily mandated access to the encrypted data on peoples’ smartphones. Comey had previously criticized companies like Apple and Google for offering customers new encryption tools to protect smartphone data. The following can…

CCIA Joins Industry and Civil Society Groups In Joint Recommendations for the EU’s ITU Participation

Brussels – Since the Internet is such a critical platform for economic opportunity and social development, the EU should be a strong advocate for Internet governance that does not involve new governmental controls at the upcoming ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan in October. Industry groups including the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) issued a statement today…

CCIA Offers Incoming European Commissioners Internet Industry Manifesto

Brussels – As the new Commissioners are interviewed by the European Parliament and prepare to take office and shape economic policy in line with their goals, the Computer & Communications Industry Association’s European office released its policy recommendations on how to leverage the Internet for maximum economic and social benefit. With the Internet now integrated…

House Committee Examines Growing Problem of ‘Copyright Trolls’

Washington – Lawmakers heard how the misuse of copyright laws is putting a damper on innovation at a hearing Thursday afternoon.  The House Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet asked experts including Matt Schruers, Vice President of Law and Policy at the Computer & Communications Industry Association, to recommend remedies. In his…

CCIA Announces New Additions To Policy Team

Washington/Brussels – CCIA is pleased to welcome Christian Borggreen to its Brussels office and Bijan Madhani to its Washington office.   “The Internet economy and innovation face challenges from keeping the Internet open and nondiscriminatory to the misuse of intellectual property rules to try block newcomers from the marketplace. Countries around the world will benefit…