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CCIA Calls For Strong U.S. Response as Result of Section 301 Investigations into Digital Tax

Washington — The U.S. Trade Representative has released its reports in the Section 301 investigations into the digital services taxes (DSTs) of the United Kingdom, Spain, and Austria. USTR concluded that these taxes were discriminatory against U.S. tech firms, and are inconsistent with prevailing principles of international taxation, and burden U.S. commerce. This follows last…

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Statement of Ed Black, President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association on Judge Jackson's ruling in favor of government's motion to expedite U.S. v. Microsoft appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington, DC- We are very pleased that Judge Jackson has supported the request of the Justice Department and State Attorneys General to expedite Microsoft’s appeal of his ruling to the Supreme Court. Inexplicably, and in contradiction of their own previous statements to the Court, Microsoft now maintains that this case is not “of general public…

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Statement of Ed Black, President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association on Judge Jackson’s ruling in favor of government’s motion to expedite U.S. v. Microsoft appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington, DC- We are very pleased that Judge Jackson has supported the request of the Justice Department and State Attorneys General to expedite Microsoft’s appeal of his ruling to the Supreme Court. Inexplicably, and in contradiction of their own previous statements to the Court, Microsoft now maintains that this case is not “of general public…

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Statement of Ed Black, President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association on Judge Jackson’s ruling in U.S. v. Microsoft

Washington, DC- Judge Jackson has wisely and prudently taken action to restore competition to our industry and to reinstate the forces of the free market to guide innovation, pricing, and economic success, rather than the will of a powerful and abusive monopolist. We commend Judge Jackson for the fairness and skill with which he has…

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Statement of Ed Black, President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association on Judge Jackson's ruling in U.S. v. Microsoft

Washington, DC- Judge Jackson has wisely and prudently taken action to restore competition to our industry and to reinstate the forces of the free market to guide innovation, pricing, and economic success, rather than the will of a powerful and abusive monopolist. We commend Judge Jackson for the fairness and skill with which he has…

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