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CCIA Files Comments On Petition to FCC to Modernize Regulations To Get Devices To Consumers

Washington — The FCC is accepting comments on a petition for rulemaking that would modernize the regulatory process for getting new devices to consumers. The Computer and Communications Industry Association filed comments today, saying that modernizing these rules would help the U.S. compete in the race to 5G, which is a top priority of the…

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MEPs Call For Changes To Privacy Shield, Threaten Suspension

Brussels, BELGIUM — The European Parliament today passed a non-binding resolution calling for the suspension of the EU-US Privacy Shield framework by September 1, unless several improvements are made. The European Commission and the U.S. Administration will formally review the enforcement of the Privacy Shield in September. The Computer & Communications Industry Association has been…

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CCIA Encourages House E&C To Reauthorize NTIA, Promote Spectrum, Competition

Washington — The House Energy & Commerce Committee is meeting today (Tuesday) to consider the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Reauthorization Act. The following can be attributed to Computer & Communications Industry Association President & CEO Ed Black: “CCIA welcomes the Energy & Commerce Committee’s plans to reauthorize the NTIA, which has not been…

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CCIA Encourages House E&C To Reauthorize NTIA, Promote Spectrum, Competition

Washington — The House Energy & Commerce Committee is meeting today (Tuesday) to consider the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Reauthorization Act. The following can be attributed to Computer & Communications Industry Association President & CEO Ed Black: “CCIA welcomes the Energy & Commerce Committee’s plans to reauthorize the NTIA, which has not been…

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Supreme Court Rules That Cell Site Location Information Has Fourth Amendment Protection

Washington — Law enforcement cannot access a criminal suspect’s cell site location information without a warrant based on probable cause, according to a Supreme Court ruling today. Carpenter v. United States examined whether the warrantless seizure and search of historical cellphone records, revealing the location and movements of a cell phone user over the course…

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