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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 Files ITC Comments Asking It Not To Ban iPhones In Response To Qualcomm Patent Dispute

Washington — As Qualcomm pressures the International Trade Commission to block some iPhones over a questionable patent dispute, the Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments today saying Administrative Law Judge Pender was right that such action is not in the public interest. CCIA said that if the ITC issued an order barring the import…

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CCIA Asks USTR To Note, Fight Growing Copyright Trade Violations In Annual Report

Washington — With Europe poised to enact additional copyright policies that will likely have significant negative consequences for the digital economy, the Computer & Communications Industry Association submitted examples of resulting problems to the United States Trade Representative. In comments filed ahead of the Thursday deadline, CCIA is asking USTR to note in the upcoming…

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FCC Faces Tough Questions Defending Its Actions Rescinding Open Internet Protections

Washington — Before the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today, the FCC struggled to defend its order that rescinded net neutrality rules. Three Appeals Court judges will decide whether the FCC’s actions to abdicate its role in protecting consumers were legal. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, along with the Entertainment Software Association, Internet Association,…

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CCIA Welcomes StartUp Act

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association applauds the introduction of the Startup Act by Senators Jerry Moran, R-Kan., and Mark Warner, D-Va., along with Senators Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. The bill takes important steps toward promoting innovation and a high tech workforce. The StartUp Act would create incentives for startup…

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CCIA Joins Letter Asking WTO To Continue Progress On E-Commerce Framework

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined organizations representing global companies and entrepreneurs in a letter  urging the World Trade Organization to continue its progress on its ambitious e-commerce framework. The letter notes it is up to countries to clarify and improve the existing framework “around trade facilitation, services, digital trade, transparency and…

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