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USTR Releases Annual Report Identifying Digital Trade Barriers

Washington — The U.S. Trade Representative has issued its annual National Trade Estimates (NTE) report that noted the expanded use of digital trade barriers by trading partners. For the 2020 Report, USTR reiterated concerns with the rise in digital services taxes, restrictions on cross-border data flows and data localization requirements, Internet censorship, and online content-based…

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CCIA Hails Pavlovich Decision

Decision Rejects Expansion of Jurisdiction on the Internet Washington, DC – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today commended the California Supreme Court’s decision yesterday to deny jurisdiction in Pavlovich v. Superior Court (DVD CCA). The court determined that jurisdiction in California may not be based on the mere act of posting information on…

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CCIA Applauds Bach Decision

Washington, DC – A federal court ruling governing how Internet services providers must respond to search warrants will protect the rights of the public without imposing unnecessary burdens on Internet service providers, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) said today. The ruling from the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier decision by…

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CCIA Urges Action on Cybersecurity

Washington, DC – Unenforced procurement rules, insufficient guidelines and a lack of accountability hamper efforts to secure Federal computer networks from terrorists and other online criminals, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) said today. But fixing vulnerabilities in Federal networks, officials said, will help the security of all network users. CCIA, which represents a…

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CCIA Statement on Microsoft Trial Ruling

Washington, DC – The decision by Judge Kollar-Kotelly to not overturn the flimsy and inadequate remedy, which a newly elected and politically beholden Justice Department reached with Microsoft, is very disappointing and yet not totally surprising. Once the Justice Department, which started out as a diligent prosecutor of a lawbreaking monopolist, switched sides and became…

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CCIA Hails IRS-Industry Agreement

Washington, DC – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today praised the announcement by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that an agreement had been reached with private-sector tax preparation service providers to create an open industry consortium to provide free online tax preparation services to most taxpayers. “The Public-Private Partnership announced today represents the…

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