CISPA has failed in the past, but is back again, with Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D – MD), it’s longtime advocate, reintroducing it and citing the hack of Sony Pictures, putatively by North Korea, as justification for new powers. The …
This afternoon, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA ... bill would “waive every single privacy law ever enacted in the name of cybersecurity. Allowing the military …
Now, a new bill called CISPA that ... said during the debate over CISPA that it would “waive every single privacy law ever enacted in the name of cybersecurity,” and that “allowing the military and NSA to spy on Americans on American soil …
There's a bill currently up for debate in the US ... of the other major issues raised by the groups against CISPA is that …
The Obama administration issued a statement Thursday that indicated it's not likely to support a cybersecurity bill approved by the U.S. House ... liability protections," Caitlin Hayden, a National Security Council spokeswoman, said …
The bill, known as the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), encourages information sharing ... and the protection of online privacy “in the interests of national security or copyright.” “[It] is threatening the rights of people ...
Experts say the danger level associated with CISPA depends ... as it relates to national security." [Four Things Americans Have Learned From the SOPA Fight] That gives some experts pause--it's overly broad, according to …
CISPA, an accused relative of SOPA ... protecting minors from child pornography, and ensuring national security." "I am very pleased with where the bill stands today," Rep. Rogers said in a statement. "Our bill is designed to help protect …
"It would create yet another surveillance regime, giving the NSA new sources of user data, at a time when the U.S. is considering the privacy impact of existing surveillance powers. This bill should be a non-starter." Why did CISPA die in …
Backers expect CISPA to pass ... your personal information with the National Security Agency and the CIA, as long as that information is deemed to pertain to a cyber threat or to national security. How does the bill define “cyber threat”?