House Passes Cybersecurity Bill After Companies Fall Victim to Data Breaches
April 23, 2015
Responding to a series of computer security breaches in government and the private sector, the House passed an expansive measure Wednesday that would push companies to share access to their computer networks and records with federal investigators.
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