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New Research Shows High Bandwidth Online Services Create Demand for Faster, More Expensive, Broadband

Brussels - The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA), the international organisation for the Internet industries, is today releasing two studies about the 21st century consumer and b...

CCIA Media Briefing Thursday On EU Consumer Broadband Surveys

A week before the European Commission is expected to adopt a telecommunications Regulation, CCIA is releasing two consumer surveys it commissioned on switching costs and broadband consumption. The stu...

CCIA Praises Facebook’s New Transparency Report

CCIA congratulates Facebook on the release yesterday of their first transparency report. The report, which lists the numbers of government requests for information about Facebook users, will serve t...

CCIA Praises Facebook's New Transparency Report

CCIA congratulates Facebook on the release yesterday of their first transparency report. The report, which lists the numbers of government requests for information about Facebook users, will serve t...

GAO Patent Litigation Study Shows Growing Toll On Economy

The Government Accountability Office has released a new study on patent litigation and patent trolls Thursday. The study finds evidence that patent trolls are a growing problem; it also finds that ...

Tech Industry Asks White House For Changes To Government Data Collection

Technology trade associations have sent a joint letter Tuesday asking the White House to take three key steps to better protect civil liberties and innovation as the government collects private data...
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Why the Internet Governance debate is repetitive and what the UN could do about it

The past 10 years of the international Internet governance debate must have reminded some observers of the 1993 movie "Groundhog Day" - the same protagonists making the same arguments in a seemingly p...
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An Open Internet in Europe?: EU Advances SM Telecoms Regulation

In case you went on holiday and missed it: holidays have been cancelled this Summer. Well, if you work on telecomms policy issues in Brussels that is. In February this year the European Commission�...

New CCIA Research Paper: Search Engines Aren’t A Major Tool for Finding Copyright-Infringing Content

The Computer & Communications Industry Association has released a new research paper today, “The Search Fixation: Infringement, Search Results and Online Content.”  The first of a series of r...