The Senate is finally going to vote on a privacy killing cybersecurity bill.
Today marks the closest CISPA or any of its successors have ever come to becoming law.
Dianne Feinstein says it's time for the internet to stop fighting CISA.
The department said the bill risks sweeping away “important privacy protections.”
Can killing trees kill CISA?
The government is stuck in 1984, so hopefully faxes will convince them to stop CISA.
A few months ago, sitting on a tram at lunchtime, I noticed a young girl staring at me with her mouth wide open. Staring back I thought: There's nothing like the puzzled look of a child on public transport to tell you you're not passing.
Surprise: Even after new amendments to address privacy issues, a new cybersecurity bill is still problematic.
A privacy-killing cybersecurity bill is back, and the Senate Intelligence Committee wants to discuss it in private.
Gay activists in NZ say they're tired of banks getting into bed with them for profits. And now they've got the pink paint to prove it.
The NSA-reforming USA FREEDOM Act and CISA are diametrically opposing forces that the Senate has to decide on in the next couple weeks.
CISA was just approved by a Senate panel, meaning it will likely be voted on by the full chamber.