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Copyright Office Releases “Copyright Protections for Press Publishers” Report

Washington – The Copyright Office released its report “Copyright Protections for Press Publishers” today. The report, at the request of Congress, evaluated the copyright protections for press publishers under existing law and recommended against adding European-style ancillary copyright rules. According to a statement from the Copyright Office on the report, “After carefully evaluating the information…

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FTC Settles Facebook Privacy Issue

The Federal Trade Commission has announced a settlement with Facebook after an investigation of its privacy practices. As part of the agreement, Facebook has agreed to various privacy measures and annual privacy audits for 20 years. The Computer & Communications Industry Association recognizes the need for information and choice when it comes to online privacy…

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CCIA Calls On FCC To Release Preliminary Findings on AT&T

Just before the holiday the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski circulated an order to fellow commissioners that would refer the AT&T merger to an administrative law judge for review. The decision was based on staff recommendations after examining the consumer harm from AT&T’s proposed takeover of its competitor T-Mobile. Today the Computer & Communications Industry Association…

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CCIA Calls On FCC To Release Preliminary Findings on AT&T

Just before the holiday the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski circulated an order to fellow commissioners that would refer the AT&T merger to an administrative law judge for review. The decision was based on staff recommendations after examining the consumer harm from AT&T’s proposed takeover of its competitor T-Mobile. Today the Computer & Communications Industry Association…

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