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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 Asks FCC To Enforce Its Own Law And Block Sinclair Media Takeover

Washington — As the FCC appears poised to override historic rules preventing one company from dominating news coverage on the public airwaves, the Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments asking the FCC to enforce its own law and block the Sinclair merger. Ordinarily, according to FCC rules, Sinclair’s proposed takeover of Tribune would be…

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CCIA Agrees FTC Does Not Have Authority To Protect The Open Internet

Washington – Members of Congress heard from past and current FTC and FCC officials today, including FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny, about how the FTC’s jurisdiction would fall short of being able to protect the Open internet using antitrust law. McSweeny testified before the House Judiciary Committee, weeks ahead of a potential FCC vote to rescind…

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CCIA Joins Amicus Brief In SCOTUS Patent Case That Could Remove Tool To Combat Patent Trolls

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined a Supreme Court amicus brief filed Monday evening in a patent case that is being closely watched by the thousands of companies sued every year by those abusing the patent system. The case will determine whether inter partes review (IPR) is constitutional. CCIA and others believe…

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CCIA Offers Trade Officials Examples Of Scope of Digital Trade Barriers

Washington — As the US takes more steps to monitor the fastest growing export, trade in services, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered USTR examples of digital trade barriers faced by tech companies in comments filed Wednesday evening. CCIA also provided recommendations for upcoming NAFTA negotiations. “Six key barriers to digital trade include data…

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Simons Nominated To Lead FTC

Washington — The administration has announced two nominees to fill out the Federal Trade Commission — DC antitrust attorney Joe Simons to lead the FTC and Rohit Chopra to fill the Democratic slot. President Trump’s spokeswoman confirmed that Senator Cornyn’s chief counsel Noah Phillips is expected to be the third nominee. The FTC has been…

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