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+ - Rebirth of CISPA, but 'concerns haven't gone away' ->

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walterbyrd writes "The controversial CISPA cybersecurity bill is back — and so is the battle as to whether it’s perilous for Americans’ civil liberties.

The authors of the so-called Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act revived their measure this week with the insistence that it won’t result in a Web user’s private data landing in the hands of the feds. But there’s still a sense among some lawmakers and consumer groups that the bill lacks strong, proper legal checks."

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Rebirth of CISPA, but 'concerns haven't gone away'

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