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Washington – The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved legislation that would affect low-cost and free-to-the-user digital services offered by a handful of digital companies. The new regulations carve out most tech competitors – including overseas rivals positioning themselves to fill a void created by overregulation. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, an international not for…

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CCIA: Is Microsoft’s New Defense Defensible?

New Study Reveals Microsoft Monopoly Not Threatened By AOL/Netscape Deal Washington, DC, June 17, 1999 – The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today released a study that discredits the foundation of Microsoft’s defense strategy in its antitrust trial.  The study, Is Microsoft’s New Defense Defensible? concludes that the merger of America Online and Netscape has no impact…

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CCIA: Is Microsoft's New Defense Defensible?

New Study Reveals Microsoft Monopoly Not Threatened By AOL/Netscape Deal Washington, DC, June 17, 1999 – The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today released a study that discredits the foundation of Microsoft’s defense strategy in its antitrust trial.  The study, Is Microsoft’s New Defense Defensible? concludes that the merger of America Online and Netscape has no impact…

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CCIA’S Black Supports Bliley Bill on Databases; Cautions Against Legislation That Would Harm the Internet

Washington, D.C., June 15, 1999 – Today before the House Telecommunications Subcommittee, CCIA President Ed Black expressed his support for H.R. 1858, the Consumer and Investor Access to Information Act of 1999.  He also expressed very strong reservations regarding other legislative proposals that would confer market dominance of one database creator over another. In his statement,…

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CCIA President Tells Congress More Encryption Export Reforms Are Needed to Protect National Security, U.S. Competitiveness

Washington, DC, May 19, 1999 – Calling on Congress to relax encryption export controls, Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) President Edward J. Black testified before a congressional panel yesterday afternoon that overly restrictive export controls on encryption products threaten national security interests and competitively disadvantage many strategically important companies within his industry. Encryption is the primary means…

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CCIA Lambastes Chamber, Commends Robb for Y2K Leadership

Washington, DC, May 17, 1999 – Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) President Edward J. Black today lambasted the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for accusing U.S. Senator Chuck Robb, D-VA, of being “missing in action” on crucial Year 2000 (Y2K) legislation.  Nothing could be further from the truth, Black said, noting that Robb has consistently fought…

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CCIA to Hold 1999 Annual Washington Caucus

Washington, DC, May 12, 1999 – The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) announced today that it will hold its 26th Annual Washington Caucus at The St. Regis hotel in Washington, D.C., from May 23 through May 25.  The Caucus features key government figures, who will discuss, among other policy topics, critical technology and telecommunications industry…

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