Cyber security bill could allow police to look through database without a warrant

Sooraj Shah
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CISPA has been passed by US House but could still be rejected by Senators

The Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), which was passed today by the US House of Representatives, could permit police to search through data they obtain from ISPs without a warra...

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