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CCIA Welcomes Launch of U.S-Kenya Trade Talks

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association welcomes the start of negotiations for a U.S.-Kenya Trade Agreement.  CCIA filed comments earlier this year with the United States Trade Representative outlining digital trade priorities, encouraging USTR to build off progress made in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and establish strong rules for digital commerce.   The following can…

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Treasury, IRS Announce Efforts to Expand Tax E-Filing

Washington, DC – The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service today announced an initiative to expand electronic filing opportunities for taxpayers. The announcement was made as part of the Administration’s “e-Government Quicksilver Program,” which is intended to modernize government and improve the Federal government’s service to the citizen. Ed Black, President and CEO of the…

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Microsoft/DOJ Settlement Clouded by Unprecedented Lobbying

Journalist Concludes is Reward for Political Efforts Washington, DC – Microsoft has engaged in a “pattern and practice of political influence peddling in many ways unprecedented in modern political history,” independent journalist and consultant Edward Roeder told the court overseeing the Microsoft antitrust trial today. The independent submission, filed as part of Tunney Act proceedings…

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CCIA Urges Court to Reject Microsoft/DOJ Settlement

Group says Settlement Is Not In Public Interest Washington, DC – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today asked a federal court to reject the Microsoft/Department of Justice (DOJ) settlement because it will not significantly alter Microsoft’s unlawful behavior nor restore competition to the technology industry. Over the past two years, nine different federal…

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Microsoft Rebuffed in Quest for Further Delay

Washington, DC- The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) sharply criticized today’s efforts by Microsoft to further delay the imposition of a remedy in the Government’s successful antitrust case against the company. After considering each of Microsoft’s arguments, District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly found them without merit and rejected their request. Two years ago, a Federal…

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