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How two cybersecurity bills in Georgia could mean the public knows less about cyberattacks
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Katie Greenway, planner I at the Hall County Planning Department, works at her desk on Oct. 16, 2020. Hall County departments had to adjust their processes as they recovered from a ransomware attack that took place on Oct. 7. - photo by Thomas Hartwell
Two cybersecurity bills making their way through the Georgia legislature have some First Amendment advocates bristling over what they say would be a restriction on the public’s access to information about existing and potential cybersecurity threats.