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CCIA's Statement On Google’s Response To EU Android Charges

Brussels, BELGIUM -- Google offered its response today to the EU’s investigation into whether it imposed restrictions on Android device manufacturers and mobile network operators in an anti-competit...
  • EU
  • Competition

CCIA Offers Statement On EU Competition Objections, Google’s Response

Brussels - Google defended itself today in an EU investigation into competition among online shopping and price comparison platforms, saying that even applying the EU’s narrow market definition that...

CCIA Provides FCC Follow Up Comments Supporting Increasing Bandwidth For 5G

Washington - The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed follow up comments  as the FCC seeks additional higher-band spectrum to maintain our edge in the race to 5G.  Demand for mob...

CCIA Identifies Growing Digital Trade Threats For U.S. Officials

Washington - The Computer & Communications Industry Association filed comments with the U.S. Trade Representative tonight, identifying worldwide barriers to digital trade in preparation for the US...

CCIA Met With Incoming Maltese Ministers Ahead Of EU Presidency

CCIA met with Maltese ministers in Valletta on October 20-21 to discuss Malta’s EU Presidency.  Malta will during the first half of 2017 steer EU Member States’ negotiations on important issues i...

CCIA, Tech Industry Delegation Meets Upcoming Maltese EU Presidency

Valletta, Malta -- The tech industry is meeting with Maltese ministers in Valletta today and tomorrow to discuss Malta’s Presidency of the Council of the EU starting 1st January. The delegation wil...

CCIA, Industry Groups Ask For Better Digital Trade Terms In TiSA

Washington -- Ahead of negotiations this week on the Trade in Services Agreement  (TiSA), the Computer & Communications Industry Association and six other tech associations sent a letter to the U...

Supreme Court Appears Likely To Modify Lower Court’s Design Patent Decision

Washington -- The Supreme Court heard arguments today in the first design patent case it has heard in 120 years. The high court is considering lowering the $399 million a district court awarded Apple....

FTC Releases Results Of Patent Troll Study At CCIA, AAI Event

Washington -- FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez released the results of a 2 year investigation into patent troll operations at an event co-hosted by the American Antitrust Institute and the Computer & ...

Internet Addressing System To Transition To ICANN As Planned After Last-Ditch Effort To Derail Fails In Court

Washington -- The Department of Commerce is scheduled to transition administration of the technical underpinnings of the Internet’s addressing system to the private sector-led multi-stakeholder comm...
  • EU
  • Taxes & Trade

WTO Public Forum: Enabling Human Rights and Inclusiveness through Digital Trade

New technologies create novel opportunities for social inclusion and economic growth around the globe yet online freedoms appear to be deteriorating. When does suppression of online rights become a t...

DG Competition Reveals First Results of E-Commerce Sector Inquiry; Online Marketplace Bans Remain a Problem

Brussels, BELGIUM -- Today DG Competition published its preliminary report on the E-commerce Sector Inquiry. The sector inquiry was launched in May 2015 as part of the Commission’s Digital Single Ma...