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House OKs Bill With Cyber-Security Funding
The bill directs U.S. attorneys to provide a total of $10 million for cyber-crime and enforcement against intellectual property violations, such as software piracy.
It also includes a dramatic boost in funding for the Commerce Department's Advanced Technology Program, which provides support for moving experimental technologies from the laboratory into the marketplace.
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