ITC Finds Qualcomm Patent Claim Is Invalid In Its Request To Block Some iPhones

Washington — The International Trade Commission has declined to block some iPhones from the US market over a questionable patent dispute from Qualcomm, saying today the claim was invalid. The Computer & Communications Industry Association had filed comments last month agreeing with Administrative Law Judge Pender that such a claim by Qualcomm was not in…

CCIA Files Brief Ahead Of Upcoming Apple App Store Supreme Court Case

Washington — As the Apple v. Pepper case heads to the Supreme Court, tech companies as well as businesses that rely on services uniting buyers and sellers are watching the outcome to see how it will impact their future business endeavors. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, which has advocated on the pro-competition side of…

Panel: Next up in Apple/Samsung Smartphone Wars: Design Patents Remedies Following the SCOTUS Dec...
September 01, 2017

Tech Associations File Joint Court Brief In the Apple Encryption Case

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association, the Internet Association, and the i2Coalition filed a joint amicus brief  Thursday supporting Apple in its attempt to fend off an unprecedented government demand that it undermine encryption. A court is expected to hear the Apple encryption case March 22. While Apple is not a member of…

CCIA Sends Letter To House Judiciary Committee Supporting Digital Security Ahead of Hearing

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter to House Judiciary Committee leaders ahead of their hearing on encryption Tuesday. In the letter, CCIA noted that while tech companies often do aid the government in investigations, they should not be forced to weaken digital security in ways that would create opportunities for…