CDT’s Greg Nojeim offers comments to Bloomberg BNA regarding the latest cyberthreat data sharing measure passed by the House.
“At a minimum, House leadership should have given House members a chance to vote on key privacy amendments” to H.R. 1560 Gregory Nojeim, director of the freedom, security and technology project at the Center for Democracy & Technology, said in an April 22 statement. “By denying the votes, they stymied a necessary debate about privacy and the extent to which internet users’ personal communications information will be shared with the NSA and law enforcement under the cybersecurity umbrella.”
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