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CCIA Panel at IGF: "Crime and Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Towards Solutions"

CCIA is participating in this week's Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Geneva, Switzerland.  CCIA and the Council of Europe will host a joint session on "Crime and Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Toward...
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  • Privacy & Security
  • European Union

CCIA, industry groups urge EU Member States to not weaken proposal on free data flows in the EU

CCIA, Allied for Startups, Business Europe and BSA today issued a joint industry statement urging the Estonian Presidency and Member States to not weaken the proposed Regulation on the free flow of no...
  • Telecom

FCC Votes To Rescind Open Internet Order, Declaring Open Season for Online Discrimination

Washington -- The FCC voted 3-2 along party lines to remove rules that have protected consumers’ and businesses’ internet access. While the exact rules have changed over the years as internet tech...

CCIA Appeals To ITC To Reject Qualcomm’s Request To Ban Apple iPhones

Washington --  Qualcomm is asking the International Trade Commission to block Apple devices from reaching the market, and the ITC is considering comments on how to handle this import ban request. Tod...
  • Telecom

FCC Expected To Vote Thursday To Undo Open Internet Access

Washington -- Internet users and websites across the country have spent an intense week making their voices heard on net neutrality ahead of a planned FCC vote Thursday to rescind it. Three weeks ago,...

CCIA Supports House Amendment Providing Additional Tools to Fight Sex Trafficking

Washington -- At a markup Tuesday morning, House Judiciary committee leadership is expected to introduce an amendment to H.R. 1865, the “Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act ...
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  • EU
  • Taxes & Trade
  • European Union

CCIA Letter Warns Slovak Tax Law Amendment would be barrier to Digital Single Market

CCIA and Allied for Startups today sent a joint letter to the Slovak Ambassador to the EU, Peter Javorčík. Our letter warns that an amendment to Slovak tax law poses a significant barrier to achieve...
  • European Union

Court of Justice of the EU Delivers Judgment In Coty Germany Case on Online Marketplace Bans

Brussels, BELGIUM --  The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) delivered its judgment in the Coty Germany case (Case C-230/16). The case deals with contractual provisions a producer of luxury cosmetics ...
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  • Internet Freedom
  • Telecom

Pai Says the Biggest ISPs that Control Users’ Access to Internet Services Can Be Trusted; Instead Deflects Blame, Scrutiny on Internet Services

Washington -- Since FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s plan to repeal net neutrality rules was released, there has been widespread concern expressed from the public, startups, and Internet companies, launching...