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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 comments today. The comments, in response to the DOJ’s request for information on competition in AI, touch on a broad range of issues and AI tools from generative AI, which creates content in response to a user’s request, to algorithms that aid pricing. CCIA pointed to several new market entrants in generative AI and signs that the market is currently dynamic and competitive. CCIA has advocated...

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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 ...
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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...
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  • Tax
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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...
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Cloud Competition: CCIA Europe Submits Comments to Spanish Consultation

In its submission to the Spanish Competition Authority’s (CNMC) public consultation on the cloud market, the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) highlights restrictive l...
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Supreme Court Issues Ruling in CCIA, NetChoice Challenge to Florida, Texas Social Media Laws

Washington – The Supreme Court has ruled 6-3 that the First Amendment prohibits Florida and Texas from dictating what social media applications and websites may display.  In CCIA’s joint challeng...
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  • Telecom

Europe’s Digital Infrastructure: CCIA Responds to Consultation on EU Commission White Paper

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) submitted its response to the public consultation on the European Commission’s white paper ‘How to master Europe’s digital in...
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CCIA Sends Letter ahead of House Committee plans to Mark up Privacy and Online Safety Measures

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter to House leaders this week on the need for “strong, comprehensive federal privacy legislation” that protects con...
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  • Copyright

CCIA, 16 Stakeholders Submit Coalition Letter Opposing CA AB 886

Washington – Ahead of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for the California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA), the Computer & Communications Industry Association submitted a coalition lette...
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  • Digital Economy

Investors Would Lose At Least $1.3 Trillion if Congress Repeals Section 230, Report Finds

Washington – Repealing Section 230 would cost investors at least $1.3 trillion amounting to a 2.9% decline in the S&P 500, according to projections in a new study. The research also finds that r...
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CCIA Urges U.S. Government Action as Canada Passes a Digital Services Tax

Washington – Yesterday, Canada’s Parliament passed Bill C-59, a bill that includes a burdensome and discriminatory digital services tax (DST). The bill is expected to receive Royal Assent soon as...
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  • Innovation Policy

AI Act Lacks Genuine Risk-Based Approach, Reveals New Study With Concrete Fixes

Brussels, BELGIUM – The EU’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act suffers from critical shortcomings, according to a legal analysis published today. Despite assurances from the European Commission and...
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CCIA to Testify on 3 California Tech Bills

Sacramento, Calif. – As California legislators consider several tech-focused bills, including proposals regulating artificial intelligence and reporting mechanisms for cyberbullying, the Computer &a...