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CCIA Joins 28 Global Associations To Call For Essential Worker Guidelines

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has joined 28 international business organizations in a statement asking governments to adopt guidance for communications and essential workers as they help with response to the pandemic. The following can be attributed to CCIA President Matt Schruers: “As technology services and telecom providers help to keep businesses,…

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CCIA welcomes OECD’s report, warns against unilateral EU digital tax

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) released its “Interim Report on Tax Challenges Arising from Digitalisation” this afternoon. The report will be discussed at the G20 Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors starting Monday in Buenos Aires. The OECD report touches on the European Commission’s proposals on digital…

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CCIA To Testify at ITC Digital Trade Hearing

Washington — The International Trade Commission will hold a hearing Tuesday to prepare for two upcoming digital trade reports. In a recent report, the ITC estimated that business to business e-commerce services will reach $1.1 trillion by 2020. The Computer & Communications Industry Association is scheduled to testify on barriers to the growth of digital…

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New EU Recommendation on Illegal Content Online Undermines Online Rights and Harms Europe’s Tech Economy

Brussels — The European Commission has published a Recommendation on measures to effectively tackle illegal content online today. The Recommendation was presented despite the Commission’s commitment to continue its dialogue with relevant stakeholders until at least May 2018 and without reference to any major incidents justifying such a hurry. While not legally binding, this Recommendation…

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CCIA Cautions Congress About Altering Internet Liability Rules

Washington — As Congress works to reduce human trafficking, the House is making additional changes that are expected to ensnare legitimate tech companies, with no evidence this plan would actually help stop trafficking. An amended bill that may rescind critical intermediary protections for internet companies is expected to get a House vote early next week.…

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