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Information sharing bill passes, but privacy debate goes on

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    The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) is a done deal. But the debate over both its security value and privacy implications isn’t. It lingers, in some cases more intense than ever.

    The mere fact that it has become law is historic – there have been numerous attempts in Congress, spanning nearly a decade, to craft a bill that would enable the sharing of cyber-threat indicators among government and private-sector entities without creating liability risks for companies or jeopardizing personal privacy.

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