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CCIA Files Comments In Response To Canada’s Digital Services Tax

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments in response to Canada’s consultation regarding a digital services taxe proposed in its 2021 budget.  The DST would mirror other unilateral measures pursued by European countries in the past two years.   The United States Trade Representative has investigated these digital taxes in Europe and found…

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CCIA Joins Industry Statement on the Need for Regulatory Dialogue in the Proposed Digital Markets Act

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) has joined other industry associations in a joint statement on the Digital Markets Act ahead of the EU ministers’ meeting on May 27-28. The statement urges ministers to strengthen and foster a true “regulatory dialogue”. This envisioned participatory approach to intervention should replace suspicion and…

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Florida Governor Signs Bill Requiring Companies To Carry User Speech Or Face Lawsuits 

Washington — Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that would allow any internet user from foreign extremists to disgruntled internet trolls to sue online websites for removing allegedly inappropriate content. The bill will deter businesses from protecting online users through the enforcement of their terms of service regarding misinformation or harmful speech on their…

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European Parliament Resolution Creates Unhelpful Doubts About EU-UK Data Flows 

Brussels, BELGIUM — A small majority of European Parliamentarians today approved a nonbinding political resolution that objects to the EU granting the United Kingdom “adequacy” status to transfer personal data between the EU and the United Kingdom. It is now up to the European Commission to adopt its draft adequacy decisions.  Data flows that are…

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CCIA, 10 Organizations Offer Ways G20 Can Support Digital Transformation For Economic Recovery

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined 10 other groups in offering recommendations for the G20 as they look at how the digital economy can drive the global economic recovery and also empower countries to tackle pressing global issues such as climate change. The letter outlines policies needed for an open and…

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CCIA Cautions Connecticut On Potential Legal Issues Related To Proposed Tax Bills

Washington – Lawmakers in Connecticut are considering a series of bills that would impose a discriminatory new tax on digital advertising services.  This session, legislators in both houses have introduced five separate bills that would levy taxes on revenue earned through digital advertising. Legislators are framing tax hikes as a roadmap to economic recovery, though…

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CCIA Notes Benefits Of Endless Frontier Act Ahead of Markup Wednesday

Washington — The Senate Commerce Committee will markup legislation Wednesday that would invest in more research and development in ten critical areas including artificial intelligence, robotics, and high performance computing so that the U.S. is able to compete in innovation. The legislation would create a Technology Directorate within what is now the National Science Foundation…

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