CCIA Statement on Outcomes of Third U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council Meeting

WASHINGTON—EU and U.S. diplomats met in College Park, Maryland on December 5 for the third meeting of the EU-U.S. Trade & Technology Council. Leadership discussed strategies for strengthening the transatlantic partnership and to address global trade challenges, with a particular focus on shoring up supply chains, protecting human rights online including collaboration to combat Internet…

Read more
November 10, 2022 | TelecomLive
November 03, 2022 | News Express
November 02, 2022 | Tucson Sentinel
October 31, 2022 | BusinessNews
October 30, 2022 | PYMNTS.com
October 10, 2022 | HEBDEN BRIDGE NEWS
October 09, 2022 | Le Monde
October 09, 2022 | Macau Business
October 08, 2022 | The Guardian
October 07, 2022 | WIRED
October 07, 2022 | Times News Express
October 06, 2022 | Washington Examiner
October 06, 2022 | CyberScoop
October 05, 2022 | Texarkana Gazette
October 04, 2022 | Next TV
October 03, 2022 | Next TV
October 03, 2022 | The Dallas Morning News
September 19, 2022 | SFGate
September 19, 2022 | The Bellingham Herald
September 19, 2022 | Houston Public Media

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…

Read more

Independent Privacy Board Issues Surveillance Report

Washington – An independent federal privacy watchdog group has issued its latest surveillance report saying that NSA’s surveillance targeting those outside the U.S. appears to be legal, although there was some disagreement about far reforms should go. The members of the president’s independent Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board still urged better safeguards. Back in…

Read more

Study By MIT Professor Maps How Patent Trolls Reduce Venture Capital Investment, Provides Empirical Support For Strong Litigation Reforms

Washington – Each side in the legislative fight over patent reform has always treated equally the debate between protecting patented intellectual property and reining in abusive patent troll litigation. But a study by MIT Professor Catherine Tucker has actually quantified the tipping point at which the patent system falls out of balance in favor of abusive patent…

Read more

CCIA Analyzes Comcast Antitrust/Competition Issues In Response To Senator Franken’s Request

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter to Senator Al Franken, (D-Minn.) today in response to his questions asking about antitrust issues arising from the proposed Comcast/Time Warner merger. There has been concern for both consumers and the overall economy about exacerbating a number of competitive issues in the Internet access, TV distribution,…

Read more