Computer & Communication Industry Association

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CCIA’s Response To Expanded Targets In FTC’s Case Against Amazon Prime’s Sign Up Policies 

Washington – The Federal Trade Commission, which announced a case against Amazon’s retail signup and cancellation practices in June, has expanded the case now to name three Amazon executives in their personal capacity. It is unusual for the FTC to name individual executives in a case of this nature. The FTC launched this case against Amazon for alleged practices around customer signup and cancellation for Amazon Prime, which offers free shipping and a range of services for an annual fee. The FTC is accusing the company of having a complicated procedure for customers to cancel, which inv...

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  • Press Releases
  • European Union

CCIA Appoints New Head of Europe

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) is pleased to announce Daniel Friedlaender as its new Senior Vice President and Head of Office for CCIA Europe. ...
  • Press Releases
  • Competition

Senate Committee To Question FTC Nominees At Hearing Wednesday

Washington – Senate Commerce Committee Chair Maria Cantwell has scheduled a full committee nominations hearing Wednesday to consider three nominees to the Federal Trade Commission, including two Rep...
  • Statements
  • Competition
  • European Union

Digital Markets Act: CCIA Europe Raises Concerns About Consumer Profiling Template

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) filed a submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the template relating to the reporting on consumer profiling tech...
  • Press Releases
  • Privacy

CCIA Responds To Ruling that California’s Child Privacy Law Likely Violates First Amendment

Here is the Computer & Communications Industry Association’s response to a federal district court’s grant of a preliminary injunction today in NetChoice v. Bonta, a legal challenge to the Cali...


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