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House approves cybersecurity bill over Obama veto threat

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

The House on Thursday approved controversial cybersecurity legislation that the Obama administration has threatened to veto. Members approved the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection (CISPA) act, H.R. 3523, in a 248-168 vote that split both parties somewhat. The bill was supported by 42 Democrats, while 28 Republicans opposed it.The House on Thursday approved controversial cybersecurity legislation that the Obama administration has threatened to veto.
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