65 security researchers call for rejection of US cyber bills

More than 65 cyber security professionals and academics have come out against a trio of bills moving through Congress that are meant to enable information sharing about digital threats between businesses and the Government.

In a letter sent today to ranking members from both parties of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and the chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, the group of 65 urge Congress to reject the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act and two similar bills.

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