Wyden on Cyber-Security: Privacy should be the default not the exception

“Bad Internet policy is increasingly premised on false choices…there is no sound policy reason to sacrifice the privacy rights of law abiding American citizens in the name of cyber-security".   With the recent passage of CISPA in the House of Representatives and the Senate moving to consider another cyber-security bill, Senator Wyden took to the Senate floor to affirm his commitment to opposing any bill that asks Americans to make the false choice between secure networks and personal privacy.


Learn more about Wyden’s work on Internet & Technology policy: http://www.wyden.senate.gov/priorities/internet-and-technology