- Only civilian agencies will be in charge of U.S. cybersecurity systems, as opposed to the National Security Agency, which has been spearheading warrantless wiretapping for years.
- Data won't be shared with law enforcement except in certain circumstances such as when it relates to a cybersecurity crime investigation or an imminent threat of death or serious bodily harm.
- Data garnered from cybersecurity initiatives can't be used as evidence for other crimes such as copyright infringement or drug usage.
- Constitutionally-protected free speech and terms of service violations won't be considered as threats to cybersecurity
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