GOP Success May Hamper Action on Cybersecurity Bill, Experts Say – CQ Homeland Security

Republican success in the 2010 elections is likely to change the contours of cybersecurity legislation, according to a number of experts, but they also said that Congress again might end up not acting at all.

The elections, former White House cybersecurity adviser Richard A. Clarke said Monday at an event held by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, seemingly pointed to a voting public that “doesn’t want government to do anything at all about any problem.”