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CCIA Welcomes the EU’s Risk-Based AI Proposal, Urges Further Clarifications

Brussels, BELGIUM — The European Commission today presented its Artificial Intelligence (AI) framework which includes an AI-specific Regulation. The regulation prohibits certain practices and introduces comprehensive requirements for “high risk” systems before their introduction to the EU market. Other requirements include informing users when they are interacting with an AI system, e.g. via chatbots. Fines…

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Join CCIA Europe for a briefing following the EC’s Google Antitrust Announcement

The European Commission announced a record fine after a 7 year investigation comparing Google and some online shopping competitors. For more than four decades, the Computer & Communications Industry Association has vigorously supported enforcement of antitrust laws when dynamic markets, consumers or innovation was being harmed. Tech companies are watching to gage whether it is…

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CCIA, Industry Associations Voice Support For Legislation On Law Enforcement Access To Data

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined other associations today in a letter to House Judiciary Committee leadership voicing support for the International Communications Privacy Act (ICPA). The letter comes in advance of a hearing on data stored abroad and its impacts on law enforcement and privacy. Policymakers are trying to balance law…

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Study Shows Fair Use Industries Make Up One Sixth Of The Economy

Washington — As policymakers consider IP policy and trade agreement updates like the NAFTA renegotiation, balanced copyright language remains as important as ever. The Computer & Communications Industry Association released a study in conjunction with Capital Trade, Inc. on Friday, “Fair Use in the Economy 2017,” that found that value added by industries that depend…

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European Parliament’s Internal Market Committee Votes On Copyright Directive

Brussels, BELGIUM — Last September, the European Commission published its proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (the “copyright proposal”). This proposal has been denounced as “backward-looking” and failing to “meet the expectations of European citizens and businesses”. Today, the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee of the European Parliament adopted…

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