CCIA


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CCIA

(Computer and Communications Industry Association, Washington, DC, www.ccianet.org) A membership organization composed of computer and communications firms. It represents their interests in domestic and foreign trade, and, working with the NIST, keeps members advised of regulatory policy.
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"France's unilateral digital tax action aimed at leading American companies is unjustified, and if tolerated, will encourage other countries to follow their example," said Ed Black, the president of CCIA, which counts Google, Amazon and Facebook among the companies it represents.
"Municipal equipment financing is an effective way for local governments, school districts and fire commissions to finance equipment acquisitions," Gerard Velazquez III, president and chief executive officer of CCIA said in a release.
"We urge all MEPs (members of parliament) to contest this report and to support balanced copyright rules, which respect online rights and support Europe's digital economy," CCIA's Maud Sacquet said.
CCA has been the incumbent concessionaire for CCIA since 2002.
Moreover, with the support of this funding from the CCIA, 19 Lebanese wine producers were able to go to Megavino, an important wine exhibition held in Brussels, to exhibit their wines.
Twenty out of a total CCIA membership of 35 participated in person.
Community Currencies in Action (CCIA), partly funded by the EU, said it is responding to growing interest in creating local currencies across Northwest Europe with a series of legal and compliance guides covering relevant legislation in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
? SEAT will be out in force to celebrate the 25th year of 'Company Car in Action' (CCIA) on June 16-17, where visitors will be able to experience key models from its range, from Ibiza to Leon, and from Mii to the seven-seat Alhambra.
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Several amicus briefs including those from CCIA and Mozilla, Public Knowledge, the Consumer Electronics Association and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, directly address these issues," says Aereo.
James Waterworth, vice-president of the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), issued the following statement: "It is vital that Europe leads democracies in supporting a multilateral and multi-stakeholder system of internet governance that does not hand control over critical internet resources to an intergovernmental institution or to governments".