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  • The Obama administration on Tuesday declassified part of its plan for making
    cyberspace more secure, a move meant to foster greater co-operation between
    government and civilian groups in an area of increasing urgency.

    Drafted in the final year of the Bush administration, the Comprehensive
    National Cybersecurity Initiative calls for greater co-operation between private
    companies and the National Security Agency, whose mission includes overseas
    spying and developing technology for better data security.

    Civil liberties groups have sounded alarms about the NSA’s expanded role in
    security because it has historically been among the most secretive of US
    agencies – and because of revelations about its warrantless wiretapping in the
    US.

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