12 December 2019

Senate bill would give DHS cyber agency subpoena powers


Two senators unveiled bipartisan legislation on Thursday that would give the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) cyber agency the ability to subpoena internet service providers to increase transparency about cyber vulnerabilities. The bill from Sens. Ron Johnson Ronald (Ron) Harold Johnson Democrats seek leverage for trial Overnight Defense: House passes compromise defense bill | Turkey sanctions advance in Senate over Trump objections | Top general says military won't be 'raping, burning [...]