Oct 272015
 
 October 27, 2015  Featured News, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

There will be a lot of media coverage of the (bad) news, but let’s start with this report by Andy Greenberg and Yael Grauer:

For months, privacy advocates have asked Congress to kill or reform the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, a bill that they say hides new government surveillance mechanisms in the guise of security protections. Now the Senate has shot down a series of attempts to change the legislation’s most controversial measures, and then passed it with those privacy-invasive features fully intact.

Read more on Wired.

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