April 13, 2013 Featured News, Laws
Jaikumar Vijayan reports:
In what’s quickly turning out to be a replay of events from last year, the White House today signaled that it would not support the recently reintroduced Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) in its present form.
A statement from the White House National Security Council expressed support for CISPA’s broad goals but stressed the importance of having adequate privacy protections built into the legislation.
Read more on Computerworld, but don’t count on the White House – get busy. The EFF explains why the bill is dangerous to our privacy and encourages everyone to send a message to your Representative.
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