‘Privacy killer’: Senate panel quitely passes CISA ‘cybersecurity’ bill amid fresh surveillance fears — RT USA

Ever since hackers breached Sony’s internal networks last year, encouraging information-sharing between corporations and the government has become a top priority. Supporters say the bill would allow the two sides to better coordinate, detect and potentially stop cyber threats before they cause serious damage.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) acknowledged that the bill “will not prevent [all cyber attacks] from happening,” according to the National Journal, but added that it’s an important step that would improve security.

via ‘Privacy killer’: Senate panel quitely passes CISA ‘cybersecurity’ bill amid fresh surveillance fears — RT USA.

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