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CCIA Whitepaper Identifies National Security Risks Posed By House Bills Targeting U.S. Tech Companies

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has released a white paper on the national security implications of several House-passed bills aimed at a handful of U.S. tech companies as they compete with foreign companies. These bills were introduced in June 2021 and were marked up without legislative hearings or input from stakeholders, particularly…

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CCIA Opposes Bill To Expand Internet Tax Collection

Just before the Independence Day weekend, a bill was introduced in the House that would increase the tax collection burden for thousands of small, independent businesses using the Internet to sell their products. The Computer & Communications Industry Association has serious concerns about H.R. 5660, the Main Street Fairness Act sponsored by Rep. William Delahunt,…

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ACTA Threatens Internet Freedom, U.S. Business Overseas

As the nation prepares to celebrate its independence this weekend, an international agreement under negotiation in Switzerland this past week threatens to limit the protection of and extension of our freedoms to the Internet world. Americans and Internet users around the world are facing mounting efforts by governments to expand their control, restrict new models…

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DMCA Safe Harbor Ruling Strikes A Balance

Washington – Viacom v. YouTube copyright case. This decision shows that the DMCA safe harbors are working, and that Congress struck the proper balance, by providing robust protection for creators who think their copyrights are infringed, while still allowing platforms for expression to flourish online.The following statement can be attributed to Computer & Communications Industry…

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CCIA Releases IP Enforcement Strategy Questions

The Computer & Communications Industry Association is releasing a list of questions that should be asked as the Office of Intellectual Property Enforcement releases its strategy to coordinate IP enforcement across the federal government. If properly pursued, such a plan could be valuable, but if not implemented properly it could be a drag on innovation.…

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CCIA Praises FCC’s Request For Comments On Broadband Classification

The FCC has approved a formal process today to gather feedback on the FCC chairman’s proposal to narrowly reclassify the transmission component of broadband Internet access as a telecommunications service. FCC Chaiman Julius Genachowski’s so-called “third way” would excuse Internet Access Providers from price regulation, but it would limit their ability to discriminate and prioritize…

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