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CCIA Europe Statement on AI Act Text Agreed by EU Member States

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) issued the following statement regarding the fact that EU Member States’ diplomats agreed on the final wording of the AI Act text...
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CCIA Europe Statement on Amazon-iRobot Developments

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) issued the following statement in response to news reports that Amazon has decided to abandon its plan to acq...
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CCIA Response to News Reports EU Regulators May Block iRobot Acquisition

In response to news reports, including the Wall Street Journal, that EU competition regulators intend to block Amazon’s acquisition of iRobot, the following can be attributed to Computer & Commu...
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CCIA Statement In Response To 2023 Merger Guidelines

Washington –  The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice have released the final version of the 2023 Merger Guidelines that reflect the agencies’ increased scrutiny to further lim...
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CCIA Statement As Evidence In DOJ, Google Antitrust Cases Wraps Up

Washington – Judge Amit Mehta will hear closing arguments in May and then decide whether the Department of Justice proved its antitrust case against Google search. Much of the 10-week case that wrap...
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Group Letter To Senate Judiciary Warns Of Dangers Of PREVAIL Act

Washington –  A group of 15 associations, including the Computer & Communications Industry Association, joined a letter to Senate Judiciary leaders listing the problems the PREVAIL Act would cr...
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AI Act: CCIA Europe Warns Against Asymmetric Regulation Ahead of Next EU Trilogue

Ahead of the next round of trilogue negotiations on the EU’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act, the Computer & Communications Industry Associations (CCIA Europe) sent a letter to the Spanish Pres...
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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...
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CCIA Statement Opposing Legislation to Build More Bureaucracy for Digital Sector

Washington – Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) are introducing legislation that would create an additional federal agency to regulate specific U.S. digital leaders. Depend...
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DMA Compliance Report: CCIA Europe Shares Feedback With Commission

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) submitted its feedback to the European Commission’s public consultation on the template for the Digital Mar...
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CCIA Responds to Canadian Parliament Passing The Online News Act, Bill C-18

Washington— The Canadian Parliament passed legislation that would require internet services to pay fees when linking to news content. The Online News Act, C-18, has now received Royal Assent and ent...
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Data Act’s Undue Data Portability Restrictions: CCIA Requests EU Privacy and Competition Enforcers To Step In

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) sent a letter to the European Commission and a separate one to the European Data Protection Board earlier tod...