"The passage of CISA reflects the misunderstanding many lawmakers have about technology and security. Computer security engineers were against it. Academics were against it. Technology companies, including some of Silicon Valley’s biggest like Twitter and Salesforce, were against it. Civil society organizations were against it. And constituents sent over 1 million faxes opposing CISA to Senators.EFF Disappointed as CISA Passes Senate | Electronic Frontier Foundation
With security breaches like T-mobile, Target, and OPM becoming the norm, Congress knows it needs to do something about cybersecurity. It chose to do the wrong thing. EFF will continue to fight against the bill by urging the conference committee to incorporate pro-privacy language. And we will never stop fighting for lawmakers to either understand technology or understand when they need to listen to the people who do."
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
EFF Disappointed as CISA Passes Senate | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Also see CISA Security Bill Passes Senate With Privacy Flaws Unfixed (Wired)
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