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      senate Committees
      Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
  • The house Passed July 28th, 2014
    Passed by Voice Vote
      house Committees
      House Committee on Homeland Security
      Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies
      House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
      Research and Technology
      House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
    IntroducedDecember 11th, 2013

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    A cyberattack can feel like a very personal attack on your privacy. A criminal with your medical records, your credit cards, and your Social Security number… A stranger with emails from your boss, texts to your friend, and pictures of your kids… It’s personally violating. It’s financially crippling. It can be just plain creepy. But with effective cybersecurity legislation, we can help protect Americans’ privacy.
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    Half of the time, I wonder if more hacking isn't done by our own government, rather than by foreign governments. The Feds can CLAIM that it was Russia, or China, or somebody else, but governments lie. These days almost anyone can become a hacker! Experience has shown that we're hardly ever more than one step ahead of hackers, and more often than not, it seems like we're just playing catch up! This is an area (ANOTHER area, I should say) where I don't want to see the federal government become too powerful. This sword could cut both ways. It also smacks of the Nanny State mentality. "Let Uncle Sam protect you!" Or "Big Brother knows best!" You know that old game that governments like to play: Create a crisis and lots of fear, then the gullible people will give you more power to "keep them safe!" And THAT means We the People lose more of what's left of our rights! Remember what David Rockefeller said: "All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order."
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    I was hacked on and in my computer more than 2 years back. the hacker did not hide her identity. She had been an online friend for more than 3 years, - a) I am 67 years old and have arrived at that more than ripe age struggling each day and night to grow in Integrity, which is rarely an enormous effort chosen by the amorphous mass of people-persons. It is avoided for the apparent easier path the herd trots. How grossly erroneous this cop-out is hardly ever is even barely recognized by society at-large. Yet to explain why the herd is fit almost exclusively for 4 legged creatures I will just employ one example. Inside the voting-booth, and privately only one person let it be. One holistic and truly responsible person should he Or she be as to be truly capable of voting for the best candidate. Members of the herd deem that option as an exaggeration
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    The government does not have the expertise to protect the banks, electric, medical, etc... Let those industries do their jobs.
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    Yes, this would be a blessing!
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    Yes, hacking computers today is the same as the H-bomb in the 1950's.
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    Yes we need this.
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    I Called for the Cyber Security.
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    Give he administration a free hand in this.
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    How's the Russian involvement in our election investigation coming along?
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    Yes. Point blank , cut and dry.
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    As a Computer Science major, I understand that cybersecurity is absolutely essential moving forward. These problems will not go away; they will only be amplified as technology advances.
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