The Obama administration is expressing concern that a bipartisan cybersecurity bill nearing a floor vote in the House of Representatives could violate consumer privacy. A statement by National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden did not criticize the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act by name, but said that information sharing must include strong measures to protect civil liberties. The bill would allow Internet service providers to share confidential customer records.

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