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Senate Committee Offers Managers’ Amendment, Presses On With Legislation That Harms Popular Tech Services, Increases Security Risks

Washington – Senate Judiciary Committee leaders have offered a managers’ amendment for a tech regulation bill the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to mark up Thursday. The legislation that would affect low-cost and free-to-the-user digital services offered by a handful of tech companies with new regulations that carve out most tech competitors – including foreign…

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Tech Industry Concerned About New Internet Censorship Tool In Wake Of EU Court Ruling

Washington – The implications of the European court ruling yesterday are huge, and are raising questions from Internet users around the world about how the decision might be used and misused to promote censorship. The ruling by Europe’s highest court means that any individual there can demand that thousands of Internet companies remove links to…

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CCIA Launches Website To Promote Consumer Choice of TV Interface Devices

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association has supported disruptive competition and innovation for more than 40 years. Today it launched a website, ConsumerTVChoice.net, to promote competition and choice in the so-called TV set-top box marketplace. The Computer & Communications Industry Association has supported Congress’s renewal of Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act, which…

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CCIA Sends Open Internet Letter to FCC

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter to the FCC and Chairman Wheeler that praises their long-standing commitment to protecting the open Internet and asking them not to propose new rules that would allow discriminatory practices by phone and cable Internet access providers. In the letter CCIA said altering the framework that has historically prevented discrimination…

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CCIA Welcomes Action By Judiciary and Intelligence Committees To Curtail Bulk Metadata Collection

Washington – The House Intelligence Committee approved the USA Freedom Act today, which would curtail bulk collection and storage of Americans’ phone metadata by the U.S. government. The bill matches the one the House Judiciary Committee passed yesterday. The Computer & Communications Industry Association has testified on this issue for years, advocating restraint on bulk…

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