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 August 3, 2015  Breaches, Govt, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Dennis Fisher reports:

A major information-sharing bill that’s in the Senate right now would allow private organizations to share threat data with any government agency, something that the Department of Homeland Security says could have severe privacy implications and cause confusion and inefficiencies inside the federal government.

The bill, known as the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, would allow private companies and other organizations to share vulnerability information and threat indicators with government agencies under most circumstances.

Read more on ThreatPost.

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