The Obama administration says it doesn't support the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act because it doesn't go far enough to protect privacy and civil liberties. The statement followed the bill's approval by the House Intelligence Committee. "We continue to believe that information-sharing improvements are essential to effective legislation. But they must include privacy and civil liberties protections, reinforce the roles of civilian and intelligence agencies, and include targeted liability protections," National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden wrote in an e-mail.

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