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CCIA Testifies On California Tech Bills Wednesday

Sacramento, Calif. – As California legislators consider three tech bills at a hearing this week, the Computer & Communications Industry Association will testify in favor of two of them, if amended, and oppose one. The bills are scheduled to be heard by the Assembly’s Elections Committee on Wednesday. CCIA State Policy Director Khara Boender will testify on behalf of CCIA on AB 2655, AB 2839, and AB 2355 to advocate that legislation to regulate potential misuse of artificial intelligence-generated content be constructed within a framework that businesses can comply with while also fo...

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CCIA Statement in Response to Reports of UK Regulatory Intervention in AI

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association issued the following statement in response to reports of the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) intention to intervene...
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CCIA to testify at House AI hearing Wednesday

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association will testify at a House Judiciary subcommittee hearing on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property on Wednesday. At the h...
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GDPR Enforcement: Industry Calls For Balanced European Parliament Position

Brussels, BELGIUM – Ahead of the European Parliament Plenary vote on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) procedural rules, a coalition of six industry associations are calling for the ...
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CCIA to Co-Host Conference, Book Release on the 2023 Merger Guidelines

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association, together with Concurrences, will co-host a half-day program Tuesday, April 9, to mark the release of their latest joint publicati...
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U.S. Commerce Department Announces CHIPS Funding

Washington – The U.S. Commerce Department announced today $6.6 billion in funding under the CHIPS and Science Act toward three Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) chipmaking fabricatio...
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CCIA’s response to Meta’s Motion asking court to dismiss FTC’s monopoly claims

Washington – Meta has filed a motion for summary judgment filed today in the FTC’s lawsuit against the social media company.  The FTC’s lawsuit, filed back in 2021, is accusing Meta of a...
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CCIA Provides Comments Opposing Vermont Social Media Bill

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) today provided written comments and testimony to Vermont lawmakers opposing S.289, a proposed bill that would require the u...
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CCIA Statement on the Outcome of EU-U.S. Trade & Technology Council

Brussels, BELGIUM – EU and U.S. officials met this week as part of the EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council in Brussels and Leuven. The discussion focused on joint actions on AI, including regular d...
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CCIA Statement on FCC Scheduling Net Neutrality Vote for April 25

Washington – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that an order restoring baseline Open Internet protections will be presented for a vote of the Commissioners during the April 2...
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CCIA Statement Ahead of EU-U.S. Trade & Technology Council in Brussels

Brussels, BELGIUM – EU and U.S. officials including U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and EU Trade Commissioner Dombrovskis are gathering in Brussels and Leuven today ahead of a key meeting of...
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CCIA Asks Georgia Governor to Veto Social Media Bill

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter Tuesday to Gov. Brian Kemp asking him to veto Georgia’s social media bill that would require age verification for ...
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CCIA Raises Objections to Minnesota’s SF 4696 Over Freedom of Speech Concerns

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association provided written comments in opposition to Minnesota’s SF 4696 in response to today’s hearing before the Senate Committee on C...