Christian Science Monitor
But there's wide disagreement about how to reach that common goal, and privacy protections are at the core of the dispute.
American companies with a greater level of legal breathing room for collecting and sharing their consumer/user data regarding Internet security threats. Essentially, the bill's goal is to enable these companies to share their data with the...
Internet users are worried about the bill's possible consequences. RT: Can you explain the difference between this legislation and the previous controversial bills aimed at combating piracy? Aaron Swartz: The previous bills were about giving the...
The Motley Fool
The Administration cited concerns that the legislation would undermine personal security and civil liberties...Supporters of the bill, which includes some of the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States, claim that the bill would...
Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act ( PDF ), intends to grant companies more leeway when it comes to collecting and sharing data about their consumers (or users, in the case of social networks) specifically, data regarding security threats.