PublishedFebruary 11, 2014

CCIA Sends Congress Letter Offering Economic Arguments For Surveillance Reform

Many websites marked today, Feb. 11 with a banner protesting runaway surveillance and asking Congress to enact the USA Freedom Act to curtail it. CCIA, which has testified against overly broad surveillance in several hearings on reform, sent a letter to members of Congress highlighting damage to user trust online and the economic arguments to rein in surveillance and bring more transparency.

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CCIA Statement On Court Allowing Meta’s Acquisition Of VR Fitness App

Washington –  A U.S. District Judge in San Diego has approved Meta’s proposed acquisition of a virtual reality fitness app, Within Unlimited, according to various news reports. The Federal Trade ...
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CCIA Statement In Response To Commerce Department’s Mobile App Ecosystem Report

Washington – The Department of Commerce issued a report on competition in the mobile app ecosystem today, based upon a study by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. While ...
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CCIA Submits Comments On Kansas Content Moderation Law

Washington - As Kansas considers legislation that would exert more government control over online speech, the Computer & Communications Industry Association offered comments to legislators. CCIA n...