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+ - US President intending to implement CISPA by executive order->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "A draft of a new executive order is circulating among insiders that will attempt to implement CISPA without congressional approval. Jason Miller of Federal News Radio claims to have seen it and according to him, it contains most of the provisions of the Lieberman/Collins Cybersecurity Act that failed in the U.S. Senate. The provisions appear to put pressure on companies to "share" information with the government."
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US President intending to implement CISPA by executive order

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