From the Slate website ….
North Korean hackers and the Boston bombings might not appear to have much in common. But not according to some American lawmakers, who are using both to justify passing a controversial cybersecurity bill that civil liberties advocates claim “undermines the privacy of millions of Internet users.”
Is the CISPA justified to protect US citizens from the threat of terrorism? Or is the way it, arguably, infringes personal freedom and privacy too high a cost to pay?