House approves cybersecurity bill

The House of Representatives on Thursday voted to pass the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, a measure that would ease information-sharing among chemical firms and other companies that run facilities vulnerable to cyberattacks. The Obama administration has threatened a veto, and the Senate has been circulating a different bill aimed at cybersecurity, though no vote has been held.

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