US Representative Edward J. Markey on Thursday called on fellow House members to reject a bill designed to bolster cyber security, saying it would fail to accomplish its goal and would compromise consumer privacy. In a statement ahead of House deliberations, the Obama administration raised similar concerns and said the president would veto the bill, if it reached his desk. The House plans to vote Friday on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.
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