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    Public Policy

    SIIA aggressively promotes and protects the interests of its member companies in legal and public policy debates by working with state, federal and international policymakers and participating in landmark legal decisions. SIIA supports the development of a robust global electronic marketplace that is diverse and highly competitive. To that end, SIIA is the leading voice of the software & digital content industries across a wide-range of issues, including intellectual property protection, privacy and data security, e-government and information policy, taxation of electronic commerce, security, education technology and workforce development.

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    A Way Forward on Data Flow Trade Discussions in TTIP
    “I fully agree with that,” was the response by Antonio de Lecea, Minister of the EU Delegation to the United States.  IBM’s
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    Intellectual Property Roundup
    Publishers File Appeal in Lawsuit Against Used eBook Website (The Digital Reader) The legal woes of the used ebook site Tom Kabinet continued
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    Brookings Describes Critical Role of U.S.-EU Data Flows
    Data flows between the U.S. and Europe are significant drivers of trade and investment.  For this reason, it is critical that leaders
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    SIIA Applauds Move to Bring Permanent Leadership to PTO with Nomination of Michelle Lee
    SIIA today welcomed the nomination of Michelle Lee to be the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO). SIIA Vice
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    SIIA Signs on to USCIB Letter on Data Flow Provisions in TPP
    Wednesday, SIIA joined with 40 business groups in signing on to a USCIB letter on the need for data flow provisions in
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