27, 2014), https://www.aclu.org/blog/national-securitytechnology-and-liberty/beware-dangers-congress- latest-cybersecurity-bill (showing loopholes in privacy concerns in the 2014 proposal); see generally Michelle Richardson, CISPA
Explainer #1: What Information Can Be Shared?, ACLU (Apr.
The Center for IT-Security, Privacy and Accountability (CISPA
) was founded in 2011 by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as a competence center for cybersecurity.
Senate decided it will not consider CISPA
. Disturbingly, as word of the bill spread, there was a lot of apathy around the web--in stark contrast to the overwhelming negative reaction to the anti-piracy legislation known as SOPA and PIPA.
President Barack Obama has threatened to veto CISPA
for failing to adequately address privacy concerns.
, Internet corporations are authorized to hand over the private information of American citizens to federal agents, as long as they can justify the violation of your privacy in the name of protecting "cyber security." Among the items that may be shared are your e-mails, browsing history, and online transactions.
Congress continues to debate cybersecurity legislation, with the House passing the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA
Mozilla Mozilla breaks from tech peers to publicly oppose CISPA
. Browser developer Mozilla became the first major tech company to speak out against controversial information- sharing legislation that recently passed the House of Representatives with a statement on Tuesday saying the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act "has a broad and alarming reach that goes far beyond Internet security." Mozilla's vocal stance against CISPA
is a break from the majority of tech firms, which have largely supported the bill.
is the successor to SOPA, the "anti-piracy" bill that was recently defeated after an outcry from citizens and Internet companies.
White House takes strong stance against CISPA
For the first time on Wednesday, the White House weighed in on a controversial cybersecurity bill nearing a House vote, with President Barack Obama saying he would veto the legislation if it made it to his desk.
, private companies could voluntarily share cyber threat information with other companies and the federal government.
(15) While progress has been made in the form of executive orders addressing cybersecurity, (16) the proposed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act ("CISPA
"), (17) and cybersecurity provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act ("NDAA"), (18) these measures do not go far enough.
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