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European Parliament Resolution Raises Doubt about EU-UK Data Flows

Brussels, BELGIUM — The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee (LIBE) today reportedly opined that the United Kingdom does not provide adequate privacy protection to allow the transfer of EU personal data. Under the terms of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, the UK is considered adequate until 30 June 2021. While…

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CCIA: Microsoft Not Changing Course with New Desktop OS, Only Delaying Assault on Enterprise Market

Washington, DC, April 8, 1999 – Computer and Communications Industry Association President Edward J. Black is warning consumers and regulators that Microsoft’s announcement of a new desktop version of Windows does not indicate a change in Microsoft’s plan to leverage its desktop monopoly into an enterprise market monopoly. And, he said, that means it is as…

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CCIA: Outcome of Microsoft Discussion Is No Surprise

Talks Justify Network Market Remedies   Washington, D.C., March 31, 1999 – Following yesterday’s Washington meeting of the major players in the government’s landmark antitrust case against Microsoft Corporation, Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) President and CEO Ed Black issued the following statement: “We are not surprised by the outcome of yesterday’s discussions and the…

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CCIA Endorses Critical Encryption Legislation

Washington, D.C., March 29, 1999 – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) last week endorsed encryption legislation, the Security and Freedom Through Encryption, (SAFE) Act, that would provide significant export relief to both generally available and custom-designed computer software and hardware products. In a letter to Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Henry Hyde, CCIA…

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CCIA Urges Subcommittee to Preserve Access to Databases

Washington, D.C., March 17, 1999 – Calling on Congress to avoid imposing restrictions on compilations of information available to the public, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today submitted testimony to the U.S. House Judiciary Courts and Intellectual Property Subcommittee, opposing the database legislation being considered.  CCIA urged the panel to move cautiously and to ensure that factual…

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Black Joins in Plea to President for Modernized Computer Export Controls

Washington, D.C., March 16, 1999 – Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) President and CEO Ed Black has joined 14 computer industry executives in calling upon President Bill Clinton to take a leadership initiative in updating the export control thresholds for computer exports. “Export control policies need to both promote U.S. national security and maintain U.S.…

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