In remarks, Mark Jaycox, legislative analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, called the bill “fundamentally flawed due to its broad immunity clauses, vague definitions, and aggressive spying authorities.”

“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,” said Jaycox.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
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