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Support Grows to Let Cybertheft Victims ‘Hack Back’
Changes to House Cybersecurity Bill Not Enough to Safeguard Privacy
‘Just say no’ to cybersecurity bill
TCP’s Comments to NIST on Developing a Framework to Improve Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
Lawmakers to amend cybersecurity bill behind closed doors
Letter to House Leadership Regarding Opening the Markup of CISPA
Advocacy groups wrote to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence urging members to open the markup of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), scheduled for the week of April 8th. A lack of transparency on this controversial issue is in conflict with our nation's principles of open government.
House Cybersecurity Bill Threatens Privacy and Civil Liberties
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Letter to Congressmen Opposing H.R. 624, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2013 (CISPA)
Signatories are gravely concerned that H.R. 624 (CISPA 2013) will allow companies that hold very sensitive and personal information to liberally share it with the government, which could then use the information without meaningful oversight for purposes unrelated to cybersecurity.
Lawmakers reintroduce cyberthreat information-sharing bill
Privacy Advocates Prepare New Fight Against US Cyber Bill
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