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House Commerce Chair demands info-security report status
The 200-page study was reportedly finished more than a week before Clinton left office, but never was signed by Clinton or forwarded to Congress, as required by law.
The letter also touched on Clarke's appointment as head of the newly created National Infrastructure Assurance Council, a group conceived of in 1997 by White House advisors as a collection of leading corporate CEOs representing virtually every major infrastructure sector including energy, telecommunications, transportation and banking. The council was designed to advise the US president of a cyber-attack on one or more of these critical sectors.
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