White House officials clarify stance on cybersecurity legislation

05/1/2013 | Hill, The

The Obama administration cited unresolved concerns in its response to a petition against the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. The House-passed bill would allow companies to share cybersecurity information with the military without first removing personal information. "We face growing threats from bad actors on the Internet, and we need to protect our citizens and empower our critical infrastructure to protect itself ... but we will not sacrifice our values in the process," the White House response said.

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