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CCIA Statement Ahead Of Reported Senate Antitrust Legislation

Washington — According to various news reports, members of the Senate are poised to introduce legislation that would dramatically change antitrust rules for just a few U.S. companies. The House Judiciary Committee had previously passed legislation that would limit mergers and acquisitions for several companies and also require them to share data with competitors and…

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No Blanket Immunity For Illegal Surveillance, CCIA’s Black Tells Senate Panel

“Proposed reforms to the federal government’s wiretapping powers must protect the Constitution while providing industry with clear rules regarding under what circumstances it must aid government surveillance efforts”, CCIA President & CEO Ed Black told a Senate panel this morning. Black also testified against retroactive immunity for telecommunications companies who allegedly illegally spied on Americans…

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CCIA Hails Pavlovich Decision

Decision Rejects Expansion of Jurisdiction on the Internet Washington, DC – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today commended the California Supreme Court’s decision yesterday to deny jurisdiction in Pavlovich v. Superior Court (DVD CCA). The court determined that jurisdiction in California may not be based on the mere act of posting information on…

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CCIA Applauds Bach Decision

Washington, DC – A federal court ruling governing how Internet services providers must respond to search warrants will protect the rights of the public without imposing unnecessary burdens on Internet service providers, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) said today. The ruling from the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an earlier decision by…

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CCIA Urges Action on Cybersecurity

Washington, DC – Unenforced procurement rules, insufficient guidelines and a lack of accountability hamper efforts to secure Federal computer networks from terrorists and other online criminals, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) said today. But fixing vulnerabilities in Federal networks, officials said, will help the security of all network users. CCIA, which represents a…

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