(Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama on Tuesday sought to rally Congress to pass stalled U.S. cybersecurity legislation, an effort that may face obstacles as tensions with key Republicans quickly began to surface.
Obama announced revised legislation that would give companies legal protections for sharing information with the government about hacking threats that could help prevent attacks like the one that crippled thousands of computers at Sony Pictures Entertainment in November.
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