Computer & Communication Industry Association

Computer & Communication Industry Association

Open Markets.Open Systems.Open Networks.


CCIA Statement Ahead of House Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on Adjudication of ITC Claims

Washington – The House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet will hold a hearing today on the growing use of the International Trade Commission (ITC) as a venue for U.S. and foreign companies to dubiously block products under claims of patent infringement.  Members of Congress are likely to examine the use of the ITC by foreign corporations against American companies. The Computer & Communications Industry Association regularly files public interest comments with the ITC regarding its decisions, including comments filed last year in ...

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  • Privacy

CCIA Submits Comments on Brazil’s Child Online Safety Measures

Washington – As Brazil considers age verification and other measures impacting users’ privacy online, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered comments. The submission is in ...
  • Press Releases
  • Competition
  • Emerging Technology

CCIA Files Comments to DOJ on Competition in AI

Washington – As the Department of Justice examines competition within the various industries employing artificial intelligence, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered comment...
  • Press Releases
  • Competition

Apple Pay Case Settlement Paves Way for DMA Compliance

Brussels, BELGIUM – Today, the European Commission announced it agreed to close its investigation into Apple Pay after reaching a settlement with Apple. The European Commission also confirmed the co...
  • Press Releases
  • Tax
  • Trade

CCIA Responds to Canada’s Enactment of a Digital Services Tax, Urges Immediate Action

Washington – The Canadian government has adopted an Order in Council that formally enacted a burdensome and discriminatory digital services tax (DST). This comes after Canada’s Parliament passed B...


CCIA was founded in 1972 to promote open markets, open systems, and open networks in the computer and telecommunications industry. Today, the association continues to evangelize these principles across these increasingly diverse and economically important sectors of the global economy.


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