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CCIA Joins Internet Association, DiMA, and INCOMPAS in Filing to the FCC Opposing Wi-Fi Tax

Washington — Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association submitted comments to the FCC along with the Internet Association, Digital Media Association, and INCOMPAS, opposing a proposal to charge regulatory fees to users of unlicensed spectrum, which would effectively result in a Wi-Fi tax. The Associations’ comment highlighted that this proposal would be unworkable…

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CCIA Asks Supreme Court To Hear Case On Whether A Company Can Claim Copyright On Code That Allows Programs To Communicate

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has filed an amicus brief today asking the Supreme Court to take up a case on whether copyright may be used to prevent software programs from communicating with one another. The case between Oracle and Google has been going on for nearly a decade. CCIA argues that…

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EU copyright deal will harm European online innovation and online rights

Brussels, BELGIUM —  Negotiators from the European Parliament, European Council and the European Commission this evening reached a political agreement to overhaul the EU’s copyright rules. The compromise text will now have to be formally approved by the European Parliament and EU Member States in coming months. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, public interest…

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House Committee Discusses Net Neutrality; CCIA Supports Strong, Enforceable Open Internet Rules

Washington — Two former FCC chairs appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today to testify on the FCC’s repeal of its 2015 net neutrality rules. The Committee discussed the importance of nondiscrimination and internet access and what Congress should do in terms of legislation. Over the past decade, the Computer & Communications Industry…

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Industry groups express concerns with EU 'Goods Package'

This week, CCIA and other industry groups, expressed concerns with the ongoing negotiations on the draft EU regulation on compliance and enforcement. While we support attempts to combat unsafe products and strengthen the system of market surveillance in Europe, we worry that various amendments will undermine consumer safety, overburden authorities, and strengthen the position of…

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