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Cybersecurity Act an open door for government control

In my last post, I challenged you to read and consider the ramifications for the CyberSecurity Act of 2009 that is currently in the congressional queue...

Jennifer Granick of the Electronic Frontier Foundation reports, “The bill would give the Commerce Department absolute, non-emergency access to ‘all relevant data’ without any privacy safeguards like standards or judicial review. The broad scope of this provision could eviscerate statutory protections for private information, such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the Privacy Protection Act, or financial privacy regulations.“

Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Everyday Christian

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