Sponsor: CISPA will not authorize businesses to become hackers

04/4/2013 | Hill, The · ForeignPolicy.com

The House Intelligence Committee will take up cybersecurity next week in a special closed-door meeting where lawmakers will make final tweaks to the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. Critics of the bill -- including the Center for Democracy and Technology -- say that current language opens the door for businesses to engage in hacking, but Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., a CISPA co-sponsor, said that is not its intention.

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