Concerns about NSA surveillance hinder cybersecurity bill

06/30/2013 | Hill, The ·

Controversy over the National Security Agency's surveillance programs is hampering efforts to advance a House bill on cybersecurity, according to this analysis. "I think that the recent disclosures about the NSA's conduct have put back the [cybersecurity] debate and they've changed it. They've made it harder to pass cybersecurity legislation that has an information-sharing component," said Greg Nojeim of the Center for Democracy and Technology.

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