WASHINGTON – If you still think you have a right to privacy on the internet, you won’t after you hear what Washington lawmakers are considering now.
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, a bill that fell off the radar after revelations by Edward Snowden of Government snooping on Americans is back. American spy agencies have been pushing laws to encourage corporations to share more customer information.
With Congress now being lead by Republicans the bill finds itself with new legs.
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