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CCIA Applauds High Speed Internet Project In University Communities

Ultra-high speed computer networks are in the works for 28 university communities, according to a plan called GigU, to be announced Wednesday. Many of the communities are in the Midwest outside maj...
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CCIA Asks DC Circuit to Tell FCC to Rule on Monopoly Pricing for Internet Access

In January 2005, the FCC opened a rulemaking docket to the FCC’s regulation of the “special access” rates that businesses and millions of customers pay to the largest telephone companies for bro...
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Members of Congress, EU Parliament Discuss Privacy, IP

CCIA Executive Vice President Erika Mann and the former chair of the Congressional Internet Caucus Rick Boucher opened a roundtable discussion Thursday between members of Congress and the European Par...
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New Copyright Study Illustrates Economic Need For Balanced Policies

Congressman Jared Polis, D-Colo., welcomed the release of a new economic study on Capitol Hill Thursday saying industries that depend on exceptions to copyright law, like the tech sector and news medi...

Senator Kohl Asks DOJ, FCC To Deny AT&T’s Takeover Of T-Mobile

The Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Consumers’ Rights has sent a 7-page letter to the Justice Department and FCC asking them to block AT&T’s plans to take over the fourth ...

Senator Kohl Asks DOJ, FCC To Deny AT&T's Takeover Of T-Mobile

The Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Consumers’ Rights has sent a 7-page letter to the Justice Department and FCC asking them to block AT&T’s plans to take over the fourth ...

CCIA To Release White Paper On How Policymakers Can Enable Cloud Computing

The Computer & Communications Industry Association will release its paper detailing ways policymakers can enable the growth of cloud computing – and the economic benefits of doing so– at an ...

CCIA To Release 2011 Study Calculating Economic Value of “Fair Use”

As Congress and federal agencies consider stricter copyright enforcement measures such as making streaming a felony, and government-mandated Internet blacklists, and the copryight and communications s...

CCIA To Release 2011 Study Calculating Economic Value of "Fair Use"

As Congress and federal agencies consider stricter copyright enforcement measures such as making streaming a felony, and government-mandated Internet blacklists, and the copryight and communications s...

CCIA Says Industry Accord Shows Government Intervention is Premature

Industry groups announced a new partnership today designed to provide information to consumers on copyright violations – including notices when their Internet account is being used to view or distri...

Tech Industry Response To News Of Varney’s Departure

Assistant Attorney General Christine Varney is leaving as head of the antitrust division at the Department of Justice next month to join a law firm, according to various news reports. After a decade o...

Tech Industry Response To News Of Varney's Departure

Assistant Attorney General Christine Varney is leaving as head of the antitrust division at the Department of Justice next month to join a law firm, according to various news reports. After a decade o...