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Cyber-security legislation seeks emergency powers

Cyber-security legislation seeks emergency powers --Proposal puts cyber agency in Homeland Security Department  --Competing proposal puts power in White House 10 Jun 2010 A new Congressional cyber security proposal would give the president emergency powers to protect critical private networks 'under attack,' but the bill's sponsors insisted it does not allow the government to take control of any private cyber-network. Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Joseph Lieberman, I-Insane-Connecticut, who helped create the legislation, said the president could order a patch or tell a cyber network to stop receiving incoming data from a particular country when critical infrastructure in the private sector such as the electrical grid or financial grid is threatened or attacked [or people start exposing false flags, re-killed al-Qaeda, and Baxter shipping live pandemic flu through the mail].