Senate to take up cybersecurity bill after House vote

House lawmakers voted to advance a controversial cybersecurity bill Thursday, despite the objections of a vocal group of critics, including President Barack Obama. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act -- which would make it easier for government and private industry to share Internet subscriber data -- passed the House 248-168, but faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where legislators are drafting their own cybersecurity bill.

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