Marketplace Tech Report for Thursday, July 26, 2012
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President Obama wants a new cybersecurity bill to help prevent online attacks against companies and government bodies. The fear is that a large attack could knock out power, water, cause mayhem. The president may get his wish. A bill championed by Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut could come to a vote in the Senate soon. He talks about why the bill is more carrots instead of sticks. Plus, Microsoft posts the entire, growing AIDS Memorial Quilt online.
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Will incentives be enough to spark security improvement in corporate America?