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  • European Union

European Commission Issues Problematic Antitrust Decision Against Android

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The European Commission today issued an antitrust decision against Google with respect to its Android mobile operating system (OS). The decision alleges that Google’s practice o...

CCIA Files Comments With NTIA On International Internet Policy Priorities

Washington -- The Computer & Communications Industry Association praised the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) for its interest in prioritizing work on internationa...
  • Telecom

CCIA Praises Congressman Coffman for Introducing Net Neutrality Bill and Supporting CRA

Washington, D.C. -- This morning, Congressman Mike Coffman (R-CO), announced that he will introduce a comprehensive piece of legislation to restore net neutrality.  Coffman also announced his support...
  • European Union

EU and Japan adopt data flow deal, will they now fight against forced data localisation globally?

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The European Union and Japan today recognised each others' data protection systems to allow the free flow of data between their economies. The agreement is linked to the major tr...
  • Telecom

CCIA Praises FCC Announcement On Sinclair Merger

Washington -- After months of changing the rules to potentially make the proposed Sinclair takeover of additional stations legal, the FCC announced today it was referring the merger to an administrati...
  • Cybersecurity
  • European Union

European Parliament Vote Calls For Better Handling Of Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

Brussels -- Today, the European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) adopted its report on the proposed EU Cybersecurity Act. The report includes provisions to  improve how E...
  • European Union

MEPs Call For Changes To Privacy Shield, Threaten Suspension

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The European Parliament today passed a non-binding resolution calling for the suspension of the EU-US Privacy Shield framework by September 1, unless several improvements are made...
  • Copyright
  • European Union

European Parliament Rejects Copyright Mandate

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The Members of the European Parliament today voted to reject the introduction of a press publishers’ right in Europe (the so-called “link tax”) and of content filtering mech...
  • EU
  • European Union

CCIA Welcomes Austrian EU Council Presidency

Brussels, BELGIUM -- The Computer & Communications Industry Association welcomes the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.  Austria will steer negotiations from July 1 to Dece...