Washington, DC Upset about the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s support of certain legislation on Capitol Hill, technology giant Google and the Arlington-based Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) are now considering leaving the organization, the website Daily Kos reported.

A source close to Google told the blog the company is unhappy with the Chambers’ support of legislation that would “impose new liabilities” on the company.

Meanwhile, the CEA a large trade association that annually produces the popular International Consumer Electronics Show reportedly is weighing its options following the Chamber’s “aggressive” support of the Online Piracy Act.

This article was also published in New England Tech Wire.

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