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House Passes CISPA Cybersecurity Bill — Again

 The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) hasn't generated the same kind of outrage as last year's hot-button tech bills, SOPA and PIPA. Perhaps that's why it passed the United States House of Representatives so easily in the last Congress.

The House passed the bill again today (April 18), even though President Obama has once again made it clear that he will veto CISPA if it crosses his desk.

CISPA, also known as House Resolution 624, is a 27-page bill that outlines a plan to allow private businesses to share information with U.S. government organizations.

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