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CCIA Offers Letter On Louisiana Bill Aiming To Block Teen Access To Some Internet Content

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association submitted a letter opposing Louisiana legislation that raises constitutional concerns about blocking teen access to lawful informa...
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CCIA Statement On Unintended Consequences Of KOSA – Legislation Would Place Most Internet Services Behind Age Verification Wall

Washington – Senators have introduced legislation that would likely require all internet users to provide a government-issued identification to obtain access to internet services. The Kids Online Sa...
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California Committee Considers News Link Tax Bill, CCIA Testifies 

Sacramento, Calif. – The California Assembly Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing Tuesday morning at 9am PDT on a bill that would tax links based on internet search inquiries. While national ...
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New Morning Consult Research Finds Policies Requiring Apps & Websites to Carry Objectionable Content Could Damage Digital Economy

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) Research Center released a new survey experiment conducted by Morning Consult on the impact of objectionable user-generated...
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CCIA Leads Technology Letter to Express Concerns EARNIT Bill Would Make Internet More Dangerous

Washington – Ahead of a markup on legislation that would make it more difficult for online services to remove dangerous content, the Computer & Communications Industry Association sent a letter ...
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CCIA Response To Senate Bill On Teens’ Social Media Requirements

Washington – Legislation introduced in the Senate would require parental consent for teens 13-17 years old to use social media, ban social media for those under 13, and require all users of social m...

California Holds Hearing On Internet Link Tax Legislation

Washington – A California Assembly committee will hold a hearing Tuesday afternoon on AB 886, a bill that would tax links based on internet search inquiries. While there is proposed federal legislat...
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CCIA Response To Push For US Commerce, Trade Officials To Stand Down

The following is in response to the latest pressure U.S. economic officials are under to essentially stand down on a key aspect of their roles—standing up for U.S. economic interests abroad. A lett...
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CCIA Testifies Against Minnesota Bill Restricting Teens Access To Online Communities, Asks For Compliance Clarifications On Other Proposals

Washington – Minnesota is advancing legislation that would require online sites to collect additional personal data, including verifying users age and geolocation to comply with a slate of proposals...