Senate to take up cybersecurity bill following House vote

House lawmakers have approved a controversial cybersecurity bill despite the critics that include the White House. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, which would make it easier for government and private industry to share Internet-subscriber data, passed 248-168. It faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where legislators are drafting their own bill.

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