IF THE ZOMBIE HORROR GENRE teaches us anything, it is never to celebrate too soon. Beware the hubris of a character who walks from the graveyard victorious, failing to anticipate an undead hand pushing up through the soil. And so it was with defeat of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA — a surveillance bill introduced under the pretext of cybersecurity, which died in the Senate in 2012. “Victory over cyber spying,” announced the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Too soon. The bill now stomps through Congress with unswerving resilience toward the president’s desk, in the form of CISA, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.