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CCIA Response to Effects of Canada’s Online News Act 

Washington – In response to Canada’s new law requiring online platforms to pay when sharing links to send traffic to news sites, the two U.S. companies targeted by this legislation have now both a...
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Financial Data and Payments: EU Proposal Boosts Consumer Choice and Data Sharing

Brussels, BELGIUM – Today, the European Commission presented a legislative package on open finance and payments, with a view to improving consumer choice and data access in financial services, as we...
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EU Data Act Deal Limits Consumer Choice and Restricts Data Flows

Brussels, BELGIUM – The political agreement on the EU’s new Data Act, struck by European Parliament and EU Council negotiators late last night, might be well-intentioned but risks hampering data-d...
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CCIA Releases AI Whitepaper, Hosts Expert Panel Discussion

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association released a whitepaper Tuesday to arm policymakers with a comprehensive overview of basic artificial intelligence (AI) technologies...
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CCIA Suggests Modifications to Delaware Privacy Bill

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) submitted written comments and will testify Tuesday morning before the Delaware General Assembly in opposition to HB 154 un...
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CCIA Asks Massachusetts Lawmakers For Updates To Privacy Bill

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association has submitted written comments on S. 148/ H.357 and S. 184/H.386, two pieces of legislation related to health data privacy and geo...
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CCIA Praises Biden Broadband Infrastructure Announcement

Washington – President Biden took further steps today toward releasing millions of dollars to build out high-speed broadband infrastructure in unserved and underserved areas, announcing state fundin...
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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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CCIA Files Comments On FTC Proposal to Expand Negative Option Rule  

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments in response to an FTC proposal to expand the Negative Option Rule, often called the “Click-to-Cancel Rule.” CCI...