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"The Whitebeats by dre sale,House believes the government ought to control the Internet, government ought to set standards and government ought to take care of everything that's needed for cybersecurity," Boehner, R-Ohio, told reporters at his weekly news conference. "They're in a camp all by themselves."
Themonster beats by dr dreadministration has threatened to veto the bill, which the House began considering Thursday. The bipartisan bill would encourage corporations and the government to share information collected through the Internet to thwart attacks from foreign governments, terrorists and criminals. The information sharing would becheap beatsvoluntary.