Controversial CISPA passed in Congress The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) passed the House of Representatives on Friday and will now head to the upper Senate for further deliberation. This has happened before, but opponents of the controversial CISPA state that it poses a major threat to Fourth Amendment rights. After two days of debate and discussion, the bill was passed 288-127 in favor. Seventeen members of the House abstained from voting.
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