1. CCIA (Computer and Communications Industry Association) is a non-profit advocacy organization that promotes open markets, open systems, open networks, and full, fair and open competition. CCIA serves as the eyes, ears and voices of the world’s leading providers of technology products and services in Washington and Brussels. CCIA members include computer and communications companies, equipment manufacturers, software developers, service providers, resellers, integrators, and financial service companies (Dish Network, eBay, Facebook, Google, Intuit, Uber, Twitter, Sprint Nextel, Amazon, Microsoft etc..)
  2. DigitalEurope is the European organization that represents the digital technology industry whose members include 61 major technology companies and 37 national trade associations. It seeks to ensure industry participation in the development and implementation of EU policies and has several working groups that focus on different aspects of policy- environment, trade, technical and regulatory and the digital economy. Based in Brussels, DigitalEurope represents over 10,000 companies with a combined annual revenue of over €3 trillion.
  3. EDiMA (European Digital Media Association) is the European Trade association representing online platforms. It is an alliance of new media and Internet companies whose members include Allegro Group, Amazon EU, Apple, eBay, Expedia, Facebook, Google, King, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Paypal, Twitter, Yahoo! Europe, Yelp and Airbnb. EDiMa supports policy initiatives that are pro-consumers and promote innovation and growth towards a Digital Single Market for Europe and its members offer European consumers a wide range of online services, including e-content, media, e-commerce, communications and information/search services
  4. EuroISPA (European Internet Services Providers’ Association) is a pan European association representing over 2300 ISPs across the EU and EFTA countries, including ISPs from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the UK. The association was established in 1997 to represent the European ISP industry on EU policy and legislative issues and to facilitate the exchange of best-practices between national ISP associations. Its secretariat is located in Brussels. EuroISPA is recognised as the voice of the European ISP industry and is the largest ‘umbrella’ association of Internet Services Providers in the world. EuroISPA’s success to date is due to the fact that it reflects the views of ISPs of all sizes from across its member base.


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