EU copyright deal will harm European online innovation and online rights

Brussels, BELGIUM —  Negotiators from the European Parliament, European Council and the European Commission this evening reached a political agreement to overhaul the EU’s copyright rules. The compromise text will now have to be formally approved by the European Parliament and EU Member States in coming months. The Computer & Communications Industry Association, public interest…

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…

CCIA Files Comments Ahead Of FTC Hearings

Washington –The Federal Trade Commission has asked for public comments on a variety of competition and consumer protection-related issues. The topics range from antitrust enforcement in the digital age to big data and privacy to how intellectual property can promote innovation. The request for information proceeds a series of hearings the Commission plans this fall,…

CCIA Files Comments With NTIA On International Internet Policy Priorities

Washington — The Computer & Communications Industry Association praised the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) for its interest in prioritizing work on international internet issues in comments filed today. CCIA’s comments focused on how the US government could best promote the internet as a platform for free expression and commerce. CCIA recommended that NTIA…

Competition Policy and the Tech Industry: What is at stake?
March 27, 2018

CCIA hosts Transatlantic Digital Economy Dialogue ahead of EU-US regulatory talks

On the eve of the EU-U.S. Information Society Dialogue, CCIA hosted the third edition of our Transatlantic Digital Economy Dialogue in Brussels on January 31. Speakers included Roberto Viola (Director-General, European Commission), Robert L. Strayer, (Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State) and Brendan Carr (Commissioner, FCC). American and European experts from industry, academia, civil…

Takeaways from Disrupter Series Hearing on The Internet of Things, Manufacturing, and Innovation

The Internet of Things (IoT) is already impacting and changing the global manufacturing landscape. On Thursday January 18, the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection held a hearing as part of their Disrupter Series on IoT, Manufacturing and Innovation. Specifically, the Committee heard testimony from Rodney Masney, Vice President, Technology…