April 19, 2013
by Samuel Franklin
The US House of Representatives passed a controversial cybersecurity bill on Thursday that allows corporations to share customers' personal data with other firms and the US government, even in the face of a company contract prohibiting such activity. Known as the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and ...[read more]
February 14, 2013
by Brandon Gatto
Two members of the US House of Representatives on Wednesday reintroduced a controversial bill that would allow private companies and the federal government to share private security information related to cyber threats. In a bipartisan effort, Michigan Republican Mike Rogers and Maryland Democrat ...[read more]
April 27, 2012
by Katherine Getty
The US House of Representatives voted 248-168 Thursday to approve a controversial cybersecurity bill that would allow private companies and the federal government to exchange private security information, despite the threat of a presidential veto. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act ( ...[read more]

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