Cybersecurity Bill Passes House After Obama Veto Threat


By Chris Strohm – The U.S. House passed cybersecurity legislation backed by companies including Boeing Co. (BA) and AT&T Inc. (T), defying a veto threat by President Barack Obama’s administration over what it called inadequate privacy protections.

The bill doesn’t require companies “to take reasonable steps” to remove personal information when sharing cybersecurity data with the government or other companies, the White House said April 16 in a statement on the veto threat. more> http://tinyurl.com/bproon9

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  1. Pingback: CISPA Vote: House Passes Cybersecurity Bill To Let Companies Break Privacy Contracts « olduvaiblog

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