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CCIA Welcomes US-EU Summit Conclusions, New Trade and Technology Council

Brussels, BELGIUM — U.S. and EU leaders announced a recommitment to the transatlantic partnership to address global trade challenges, and the creation of a high-level EU-US Trade and Technology Council, at the conclusion of today’s EU-US Summit. Leaders also announced a resolution to the long running Boeing-Airbus trade dispute. The Computer & Communications Industry Association’s…

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CCIA Urges House Passage of Email Privacy Act

Washington – Tomorrow Congress is scheduled to take up the Email Privacy Act on the House floor. The Email Privacy Act, introduced by Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO) and Kevin Yoder (R-KS), is a bipartisan bill that aims to modernize the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) to prevent Americans’ email from unwarranted government intrusion, in accordance…

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CCIA Files TV Set Top Box Comments

  Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed formal comments with the FCC Friday, pointing out the benefits of its proposal for empowering customers with more options for choosing how they want to watch TV. Last month FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler offered a proposal that would open up the set-top box marketplace and…

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CCIA Applauds House Judiciary Committee Approval of Email Privacy Act

Washington – The House Judiciary Committee has voted to favorably report long-awaited reforms to give improved privacy protections to individuals’ electronic communications. The Email Privacy Act (H.R. 699) would require the government to get a warrant before demanding companies turn over customers’ emails and other electronic communications. The bill was amended by a substitute amendment…

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