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CCIA hosts event on EU Foreign Subsidies Proposal

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) today hosted a webinar looking at the potential impact on the European economy of the proposed EU Regulation on foreign subsidies today. Speakers were: Christophe Hansen, Member of the European Parliament and Rapporteur of the proposal Alexandre Bertuzzi, Case Handler Officer, DG Competition, European…

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CCIA Files Privacy Comments

The Computer & Communications Industry Association has filed comments today in response to a request from the FCC to answer questions on the relevance of online privacy protections to broadband adoption and deployment. Read CCIA’s comments  

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CCIA Releases Internet Freedom Paper Outlining Goals

The Computer & Communications Industry Association appreciates the long overdue attention the administration is bringing to the multifaceted human rights issue of Internet freedom. CCIA is releasing a white paper on Friday, “Internet Freedom: How National Policies Have Failed To Protect It And What Can Be Done Now To Build It.” The paper explains why…

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CCIA Files Comments In Response To FCC Net Neutrality Rules

This afternoon the Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments supporting the FCC’s adoption of six principles designed to preserve and protect public access to the open Internet for the 21st Century. The comments were filed in response to the FCC’s request for comments on its proposed rule making to maintain Internet neutrality. CCIA appreciates this initiative…

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CCIA Says Chinese Censorship Violates Trade Agreements

Chinese Internet users are expressing concern about Google’s announcement that it may shut down its website because of government censorship and recent cyber attacks. Such continued attacks and censorship are contrary to the fundamental operation of the Internet for many reasons, making this issue a concern to all Internet users. The Computer & Communications Industry…

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