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European Court Delivers Crucial Anti-Filtering Judgment

After the encouraging opinion of Advocate General Cruz Villalón in the Scarlet vs SABAM case delivered in April 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) gave its final judgment on ...

FTC Settles Facebook Privacy Issue

The Federal Trade Commission has announced a settlement with Facebook after an investigation of its privacy practices. As part of the agreement, Facebook has agreed to various privacy measures and ann...

CCIA Calls On FCC To Release Preliminary Findings on AT&T

Just before the holiday the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski circulated an order to fellow commissioners that would refer the AT&T merger to an administrative law judge for review. The decision was...

CCIA Calls On FCC To Release Preliminary Findings on AT&T

Just before the holiday the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski circulated an order to fellow commissioners that would refer the AT&T merger to an administrative law judge for review. The decision was...

FCC Seeks Administrative Law Review Of AT&T’s Takeover Deal

The FCC has taken a first step toward rejecting AT&T’s proposed takeover of its wireless competitor T-Mobile. The FCC chairman has sent a proposed order to his colleagues to refer the merger to ...

FCC Seeks Administrative Law Review Of AT&T’s Takeover Deal

The FCC has taken a first step toward rejecting AT&T’s proposed takeover of its wireless competitor T-Mobile. The FCC chairman has sent a proposed order to his colleagues to refer the merger to ...
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Growing Opposition Renders SOPA DOA

Days after an unbalanced Congressional hearing on a bill to crackdown on online copyright infringement, a government cybersecurity expert has written to Congress warning H.R. 3261 would “negatively ...
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Thai for Two?

What do the MPAA, the RIAA, the U.S. Congress, and the perennially human-rights-challenged Thai government have in common?  A similar taste in misguided regulations with draconian flair. In Thail...
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European Parliament adopts Resolution on Net Neutrality

A week after the U.S. Congress considered repealing its open Internet rules, the European Parliament stressed the importance of a neutral and open Internet at its November plenary session. To this end...
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CCIA Testifies On China Internet Censorship

CCIA President & CEO Ed Black told a joint Congressional committee on China Thursday that the government must do more to combat the burdens on US businesses from Internet censorship in China. B...

CCIA Testimony Explains How China’s Internet Censorship Is A Trade Barrier

A joint Congressional Committee is examining Internet censorship in China at a hearing today. The Congressional Executive Committee on China is concerned about the various tools China uses to censor a...
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SOPA Hearing Demonstrates Need For More Expertise

The Stopping Online Piracy Hearing began Wednesday morning with six witnesses  -- 5 supporting the bill to hold Internet companies and other intermediaries liable for copyright infringing material on...