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CCIA Statement Ahead Of Reported Senate Antitrust Legislation

Washington — According to various news reports, members of the Senate are poised to introduce legislation that would dramatically change antitrust rules for just a few U.S. companies. The House Judiciary Committee had previously passed legislation that would limit mergers and acquisitions for several companies and also require them to share data with competitors and…

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CCIA Welcomes Increased Scrutiny of China’s Internet Restrictions

The Computer & Communications Industry Association applauds today’s action by the United States Trade Representative requesting detailed information regarding China’s Internet restrictions. Using an official process provided for by the WTO treaty, the USTR asked a detailed array of questions on how Chinese information restrictions operate. CCIA has long articulated the need to treat such…

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CCIA Applauds Event Highlighting Outdated Privacy Rules

A bipartisan group of nonprofit privacy advocates is hosting a retro tech fair and press conference today. The goal is to highlight for Congress the need to reform the nation’s surveillance laws – which are outdated in the digital age. Modern technology exposes Americans’ lives to law enforcement and governmental prying without adequate protections. Emails,…

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CCIA Applauds Passage of Trade Agreements

Congress has passed trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama a day ahead of a meeting between South Korea’s president and President Obama Thursday. The bipartisan vote comes after five years of delays. The Computer & Communications Industry Association praised the bipartisan cooperation that allowed measures to offset harm to some sectors from the…

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CCIA’s Objections To Another Online Sales Tax Bill

The Computer & Communications Industry Association opposes the Marketplace Equity Act, a new bill introduced today by Rep. Steve Womack, R-Ark., and Rep. Jackie Speier, Calif., that would allow states that have fulfilled certain simplification requirements to require out-of-state retailers to collect sales and use taxes on purchases made to residents of their states —…

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CCIA Mourns The Loss Of A Leader

The following statement can be attributed to Computer & Communications Industry Association President & CEO Ed Black: “We are deeply saddened by the news of the death of Steve Jobs. His entrepreneurial leadership transformed Apple from an afterthought into arguably the most successful high tech company in history. He challenged the status quo, went against…

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ECPA Reform Event: Party Like It's 1986

On October 20, join Google, Facebook, ACLU, Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT), Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Competitive Enterprise Institute, Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), TechFreedom, and Americans for Tax Reform for happy hour inspired by the privacy protections of ECPA — Party Like It’s 1986. Event Info: When: Thursday October 20, 2011 5:00pm to 8:00pm Where: Top of…

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