The Senate Will Debate the Privacy-Killing Cybersecurity Bill CISA Today
Today marks the closest CISPA or any of its successors have ever come to becoming law.
Lawmakers Are Using the T-Mobile Hack to Try to Pass A Flawed Cybersecurity Bill
Dianne Feinstein says it's time for the internet to stop fighting CISA.
Sending Congress All 6 Million Faxes Protesting CISA Will Take Months
Can killing trees kill CISA?
CISPA's Successor Is Being Fast-tracked Through the Senate
Surprise: Even after new amendments to address privacy issues, a new cybersecurity bill is still problematic.
Senators Want Privacy While They Discuss Taking Yours Away
A privacy-killing cybersecurity bill is back, and the Senate Intelligence Committee wants to discuss it in private.
Apple Partners With the Government on Cybersecurity, Then Preaches About Privacy
If Apple is a 'true partner' of the government, is it really going to keep your information safe?
Major Video Game Companies Agree to Share Customer Data with the US Government
Obama's new cybersecurity order will allow for expanded information sharing between private companies and the federal government—and many major companies are on board.
America's New Cybersecurity Agency Can't Function Without CISPA
Obama started a new cybersecurity agency that depends on problematic legislation that doesn't exist yet.
The New CISPA Is Identical to the Old One, But the Political Climate Is Scarier
The Sony hack revived the controversial anti-piracy, anti-privacy bill.
How to Make Sure What Happened to Aaron Swartz Doesn't Happen Again
David Segal, Aaron Swartz's friend and co-founder of Demand Progress, explains the single act he thinks can help others avoid the late activist's fate: Nullify juries.
CISPA's Privacy-Killing Successor Just Cleared Its First Hurdle
CISA was just approved by a Senate panel, meaning it will likely be voted on by the full chamber.
An Anonymous Cell Pledges to Hack 'New CISPA' Supporters
Bill sponsors like Dianne Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss are at the top of the list.