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Federal Appellate Court Grants Request To Keep Texas Social Media Law On Hold

Washington – A federal appeals court has agreed to keep Texas’s controversial social media law from taking effect ahead of a potential Supreme Court hearing of the case. The Computer & Communi...

Transatlantic Data Flows: CCIA Welcomes Signing of Executive Order Enhancing Privacy Protections for Europeans and Facilitating Transfers

Washington – President Biden has signed an Executive Order responding to privacy concerns identified by the European Court of Justice (CJEU) in 2020. The Order introduces numerous improvements for E...

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Two Cases Involving Online Content

Washington – The Supreme Court announced it would hear two cases this term involving content online, Gonzalez v. Google and Twitter v. Taamneh. The cases challenge companies for allegedly not doing ...

CCIA, NetChoice Ask To Block Texas Social Media Law From Taking Effect During Appeal

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association has asked a federal appeals court to prevent Texas’s controversial social media law from taking effect ahead of a potential Supr...
  • Telecom

CCIA Statement On ITU Electing Longtime Veteran To Lead UN Agency

Washington – The International Telecommunications Union, an agency of the United Nations that facilitates standards for international communications and spectrum coordination, has elected its new Se...
  • Cybersecurity

CCIA Encouraged As Bill Aimed At Boosting Interoperability, Efficiency In Government Software Licensing Advances From Committee

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association applauded the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee for advancing legislation that would promote interoperab...
  • European Union

Product and AI Liability: Updating EU Rules for Digital Age Requires Balanced Approach

Brussels, BELGIUM — Today, the European Commission presented its new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Liability Directive and proposed a revision of the EU Product Liability Directive (PLD). With these ...

CCIA Recommendations on Canada’s Online News Act Ahead of Committee Hearing

Washington -- The Heritage Committee in the House of Commons of Canada will meet at a  hearing on Friday afternoon to discuss Bill C-18, dubbed “the Online News Act.” The bill would require large...

CCIA Testifies Before District of Columbia Council On Artificial Intelligence

Washington – The District of Columbia Council Committee on Government Operations and Facilities will hear from experts Thursday about the potential impacts of proposed legislation, B24-0558, aimed a...