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CCIA Submits Comments To USITC As It Investigates Trade Barriers From Foreign Censorship

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) offered details in a filing to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on trade barriers U.S. Internet and technology services face due to foreign censorship practices. The ITC is currently investigating the effects of foreign censorship on U.S. businesses, and solicited comments from stakeholders by Thursday…

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CCIA, CTA Ask Appeals Court To Review, Correctly Apply Copyright Liability Legal Protections For Internet Service Providers

Washington – In a closely watched case about online service providers’ responsibility for users who infringe copyright, two tech trade associations defended the Internet service provider, Cox, in a court brief today.   The brief advocated for clear secondary liability standards and strong DMCA safe harbors. The associations argued that Cox was wrongly held liable…

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CCIA Identifies Growing Digital Trade Threats For U.S. Officials

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments with the U.S. Trade Representative tonight, identifying worldwide barriers to digital trade in preparation for the USTR’s annual National Trade Estimate report. The CCIA filing comes as new research demonstrates the rising cost of Internet site- and service-blocking to U.S. exporters. A recent Brookings Institution…

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