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 July 9, 2014  Posted by  Laws

CISPA’s successor, which civil liberties groups say is still awful for privacy and could threaten net neutrality, is moving forward despite those concerns—the Senate Intelligence Committee passed it yesterday, meaning it’ll likely be voted on by the full chamber.

We’ve given you the rundown on the Cybersecurity Information Act of 2014 a couple times before, but Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s bill was approved by a 12-3 vote yesterday.

Read more on Motherboard.

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