PublishedDecember 7, 2016

CCIA, Tech Associations Ask For Democratic Debate On Audio Visual Services Directive

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined 5 tech trade associations in an open letter on the Audio Visual Services directive. The letter points out the 1000 amendments submitted by Members of Parliament to improve the proposal and asks that the legislation be subject to open debate with stakeholders opinions considered ahead of a vote. CCIA said it most cared about provisions to protect consumers, to harmonize rules across Europe and to ensure the independence of media regulators in the Member States.

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CCIA Releases State Competition Landscape Map

Washington –  State legislatures have introduced a range of bills that could seek to change whether the government protects competing companies from competition, much as Europe does. The U.S. h...
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CCIA Research Center, Engine Study Finds Startups Rely on Free and Low-Cost Digital Tools to Compete

Washington – In partnership with Engine, the CCIA Research Center released a new study investigating the role of free and low-cost digital tools and services in the startup ecosystem. The study find...
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CCIA Supports Indiana’s Proposed Online Literacy Legislation

Washington – Indiana is joining a growing number of states who are considering proposals that would establish a digital literacy school curriculum to help children learn how to more safely and respo...