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EXPERTS SAY TO EXPECT ACTION AFTER STATE OF THE UNION CYBER SHOUT OUT

After a week of cybersecurity-related congressionalproposals, speeches and global talks, President Barack Obama’s one-paragraph mention of cyber in the State of the Union address may have seemed a bit anticlimactic. 120 more words

Technology

Lawmaker Reintroduces CISPA “Cybersecurity” Bill

CISPA encourages Internet companies to share your private data with the feds

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), which encourages Internet companies to share your private data with the government under the guise of “cybersecurity,” was  195 more words

Government

White House Calls for Better Data Protections for Students, Consumers

President Obama unveiled a push Monday to enact new online privacy protections for students and consumers under the threat of identity theft as the list of companies hit by hackers — including Sony, Target and Home Depot — continues to grow. 697 more words

Policy

The Libertarian Party calls for President Barack Obama to veto the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) of 2014, joining a coalition of other organizations that oppose this bill, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Sunlight Foundation, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and the Center for Democracy and Technology. 631 more words

Libertarian Party

RT: Senate committee passes CISA cybersecurity bill that could broaden NSA powers

Published time: July 08, 2014 22:45
Edited time: July 08, 2014 23:57

Senator Dianne Feinstein.(Reuters / Gary Cameron)

New cybersecurity legislation cleared the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday during a closed session. 294 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Today's Mafiosis are on Wall Street

‘…Michael is patient. “The French bank BNP Paribas admitted it broke the law. It copped a plea. It said it helped Iran avoid sanctions. Iran is our mortal enemy and a country the Corleone family has no sympathy for. 409 more words

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