Tony Romm seems to think privacy advocacy groups may be over-reacting to the re-introduction of CISPA:
Washington technology and consumer advocates are aggressively carping that a revived House cybersecurity bill remains a toxic, nauseating, no-good threat to the future of the Internet.
The only catch: It’s probably not that much of a threat at all.
Even if there are serious, widespread privacy concerns with the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, the proposal is virtually guaranteed to undergo a significant overhaul before it can become law.
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