But if CISPA does pass the Senate in its present “House” form, it will undoubtedly see President Obama’s veto pen. There are effectively three components to the bill; (1 ... the FBI, and NSA. Controversy is congenital when it comes to the …
However, "The bill falls short because of the remaining concerns - the flow of Internet data directly to the NSA and the use of information for purposes unrelated to cybersecurity," added the group. Under the original terms of CISPA, companies …
As Josh Smith at the National Journal described, the CISPA that was passed by ... and prosecution of such crimes 5. National Security This amendment seriously and dangerously expands the scope of this bill and really shares the …
The Republican-controlled House betrayed Constitutional privacy protections by passing the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA ... vote in the name of national security. “This is not a surveillance bill,” Representative Mike …
CISPA still permits companies to share sensitive and personal customer information with the government and allows the …
Supporters have made changes to the bill to mollify critics ... Department of Homeland Security or with military agencies such as the National Security Agency. The current draft of CISPA would have companies share information with the …
The good news is that President Obama has threatened to veto the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA ... expansive national security authorities, there’s no going back. We encourage the Senate to let this horrible bill
Daily Kos is pleased to join with a coalition of Internet advocacy organizations and individuals in a week of action to stop CISPA. Here's why we're coming ... to disclose users' data directly to the NSA, a military agency that operates …
The US House of Representatives has passed a cyber-security bill amid a veto threat from President Barack Obama. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (Cispa), would allow ... government gets expansive national security
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, is widely backed by industry ... Privacy groups also objected to the bill because they said it would give the National Security Agency a front-row seat in analyzing data from private …