Cybersecurity bill takes big step forward in Congress

The House of Representatives is expected to pass a bill that would encourage private companies to share access to their computer data with federal investigators. The bill is similar to one approved by the Senate Intelligence committee and would extend legal liability protections if companies share information related to cyberthreats with each other or with the government. A large bipartisan vote is expected. Story

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