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US ISPA

(United States Internet Service Provider Association, Washington, DC, www.usispa.org) The successor organization to the Commercial Internet Exchange Association (CIX). It was created in 2002 to provide legal counsel on federal policy issues that affect national ISPs. Founding members included America Online, Earthlink, Verizon and MCI. See CIX.
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Internet Service Provider Association (US ISPA), wrote the council, urging that it consider "existing legal frameworks for limiting intermediary liability adopted in the EU E-Commerce Directive...and various national laws." Smith also expressed concern that nongovernmental parties were not consulted in the drafting of the addendum to the treaty.