Apr 042013
 April 4, 2013  Posted by  Laws

Brendan Sasso reports:

Members of the media and the public will not be able to watch the House Intelligence Committee’s markup next week of a controversial cybersecurity bill, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA).

Lawmakers will be allowed to discuss what happened in the meeting afterward, and the committee plans to release information about what amendments were offered and how lawmakers voted. But the public will not be allowed in the room, and the meeting will not be streamed online.

Read more on The Hill for an explanation as to why this will be the procedure.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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