On Thursday, the US House of Representatives passed the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act with a 288-177 vote. CISPA now makes its way to the Senate and if the legislation does reach President Obama, many are expecting the commander-in-chief to veto the bill that is believed to violate the online privacy of millions of Americans. The bill would facilitate the sharing of digital information from private companies to the US government, and Sharon Bradford Franklin, senior counsel for The Constitution Project, explains how CISPA could change the way you use the Web.
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Hopefully Obama veto's this! He has threatened too.