CCIA, 7 Tech Associations File Supreme Court Amicus Brief In Taamneh Case

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association, along with 7 other tech-focused organizations, has filed an amicus brief in the Twitter v. Taamneh case today. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear this case involving terrorist content and social media companies’ efforts to protect users online.  No one wants to see extremist content on…

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CCIA Reaction To Obama Win, Senate Changes

We congratulate President-elect Obama, Vice President-elect Biden, and all those elected to the Senate and House who face historic challenges and opportunities. President-elect Barack Obama used technology and the Internet in unprecedented ways to organize volunteers, raise money and communicate his position on issues. The Computer & Communications Industry Association looks forward to seeing how…

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CCIA Says Hollywood Suit Seeks To Stifle Innovation

The Motion Picture Association, which represents six Hollywood movie studios, announced those studios are suing RealNetworks Inc. for releasing software Tuesday that allows consumers to copy DVDs onto their computer’s hard drive. The studios are asking for a temporary restraining order saying the downloadable software Real DVD violates the Digital Millennium Copyright Act by bypassing…

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DOJ Antitrust Report Creates Uncertainty

The Department of Justice released a report on Antitrust Monopoly Law yesterday. The report, “Competition and Monopoly: Single-Firm Conduct Under Section 2 of the Sherman Act,” sought to examine whether specific types of conduct run foul of Section 2 of the Sherman Act. In response to the report, Ed Black, President & CEO of the…

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