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House Passes Slightly Less Creepy CISPA Bill

On Thursday the House passed an slightly less terrifying version of the controversial cybersecurity bill, CISPA.CISPA, which stands for the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, would give government agencies the right to share information with Internet companies about potential hacking threats. The initial bill was so broad that it ... More »
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CISPA Cybersecurity Bill Passes the House

Technology / Social Media : Mashable: Social Media

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News : Mediaite

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Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

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