April 15, 2013
by The Hill

The House will vote on a set of cybersecurity bills this week, including a measure that has faced criticism from the White House.

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, is the anchor bill in the package of cybersecurity legislation on which lawmakers will vote. The bill, which aims to encourage information-sharing about cyber threats between government and industry, passed out of the House Intelligence Committee last Wednesday.

The vote on the slate of cyber bills could come as early as mid-week.
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