Ryan Radia Debates CISPA

by on June 12, 2012 · 3 comments

I’m impressed with the job Ryan Radia did in this Federalist Society podcast/debate about CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence and Sharing Protection Act.

It’s also notable how his opponent Stewart Baker veers into a strange ad hominem against “privacy groups” in his rejoinder to Ryan. Baker speaks as though arguable overbreadth in privacy statutes written years ago makes it appropriate to scythe down all law that might affect information sharing for cybersecurity purposes. That’s what language like “[n]otwithstanding any other provision of law” would do, and it’s in the current version of the bill three times.

  • http://www.increasewomenslibido.com/ Alanaan

    law that might affect information sharing for cybersecurity purposes.
    That’s what language like “[n]otwithstanding any other provision of law”
    would do, and it’s in the current version of the bill three times.

  • http://www.brooklynpersonalinjurylawyeronline.com/ Edwina

    That’s what language like “[n]otwithstanding any other provision of law”
    would do, and it’s in the current version of the bill three times.

  • http://www.thriftycarpetcleaning.com.au/ Yesenia

    That’s what language like “[n]otwithstanding any other provision of law”
    would do, and it’s in the current version of the bill three times.

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