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European Commission To Release Consultation On Online Platforms

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The European Commission is expected to release its platform consultation Thursday, a questionnaire asking for input on online platforms and their impact on consumers. The Computer...

CCIA, Mozilla File Court Brief Supporting FCC’s Open Internet Order

Washington, DC – The Computer & Communications Industry Association and Mozilla filed a joint amicus curiae brief in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday supporting the FCC in the legal c...
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  • Internet Freedom
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Tech Industry Praises House Judiciary Committee Approval Of Judicial Redress Act

Washington -- The House Judiciary Committee swiftly considered and approved legislation that would give Europeans and citizens of other allies similar rights Americans have to appeal errors related to...

Industry Welcomes Markup Of The Judicial Redress Act, Urges Passage

Washington -- The technology sector praises the House Judiciary Committee for scheduling a markup of the Judicial Redress Act (H.R. 1428) this Thursday.  The trade organizations listed below have bee...
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Senators, Panelists Say Judicial Redress Act Should Pass

Washington -- At a Capitol Hill briefing co-hosted by the Computer & Communications Industry Association and the Software & Information Industry Association yesterday, Senators Orrin Hatch and...

European Commission Releases Telecommunications Consultation

Brussels, BELGIUM -- As part of the move to a Digital Single Market the European Commission today released its telecommunications consultation. This evaluation reviews the regulatory framework for ele...
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CCIA Welcomes EU-US Data Transfer Agreement

Brussels/Washington DC -- EU and U.S. officials have reportedly reached an agreement on transatlantic data transfers. Today's signing of the so-called “umbrella agreement” comes after four years o...

Roberto Viola Begins New Assignment As Director-General

Brussels — Roberto Viola becomes the new Director-General of the European Commission’s Communications Networks, Content and Technology Directorate General (DG CNECT) on Tuesday. Viola has been the...

CCIA Welcomes German Online Sales Competition Ruling, Broader Discussion On Online Sales Restrictions

Brussels, Belgium -- Germany’s competition authority has concluded its proceeding into the distribution of Germany’s leading brand of running shoes. The Bundeskartellamt found that ASICS restricte...