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CISPA changes fail to win over privacy advocates

Changes made to a cybersecurity bill that passed the House on Thursday failed to win over privacy advocates who argued it would infringe on people’s rights.

Privacy and civil liberty advocates argue that the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, would allow companies to share cyber threat data with the government and other businesses without taking steps to remove personally identifiable information first.