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2018-05-09 | Georgia’s Governor Deal vetoes SB 315, WSJ says the hot U.S. import is EU regulation, and Google’s 2017 CTF challenges are on GitHub
Wednesday, May 9
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed SB 315 to the surprise and delight of many in infosec. After careful review and consideration of this legislation, including feedback from other stakeholders, I have concluded more discussion is required before enacting this cyber security legislation. Read the full veto statement for more.
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Consequently, while intending to protect against online breaches and hacks, SB 315 may inadvertently hinder the ability of government and private industries to do so… For the foregoing reasons, I VETO SB 315.