The Electronic Freedom Foundation and Reporters Without Borders agree, the later noting that this bill sacrifices freedom of expression and the protection of online privacy “in the interests of national security or copyright.” CISPA is sponsored …
"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 …
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 Dempsey. The bill …
Backers expect CISPA to pass, unlike SOPA ... as long as that information is deemed to pertain to a cyber threat or to national security. How does the bill define “cyber threat”? The bill itself defines it as information “pertaining to a ...
The problem with CISPA ... out against the bill: The American Civil Liberties Union warns that the bill “would create a loophole in all existing privacy laws, allowing companies to share Internet users' data with the National Security …
Privacy advocates are undoubtedly pleased with today’s announcement that U.S. Representative Mike Rogers (R-Mich ... that opposed the controversial CISPA bill. The congressman was also a staunch supporter of the NSA, its program of …
The Senate Intelligence Committee is moving forward with its Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act—a problematic, potentially civil liberties-killing piece of legislation that looks just like the CISPA bill the ... been one of the NSA's …
The White House has said that the ... it "strongly opposes" the bill because it lacks proper oversight, could seriously damage individuals' privacy and hands over responsibility for domestic cybersecurity to the NSA, rather than to a civilian …
The House of Representatives has once again passed CISPA ... since the bill garnered more supporters than it did last year. The bill was approved last week without four privacy amendments that would have limited the ability of the NSA to …
The bill aims to "help businesses proactively prevent attacks by creating a system of voluntary information sharing between the public and private sectors." Congress nudged by NSA nominee to revive CISPA as intelligence reforms take shape …