3 Legislative History of the Computer Security Act of 1987 P.L. 100-235 1 (1988)

handle is hein.leghis/cmpsec0003 and id is 1 raw text is: P.L. 100-235
Vol. 3
COMPUTER SECURITY ACT OF 1987
P.L. 100-235                             101 Stat. 1724
January 8, 1988
BILLS
100th Congress:
12) H.R. 145, the Computer Security Act of 1987, as
introduced by Mr. Glickman and referred jointly to
the House Science, Space, and Technology and House
Government Operations Committees, 100th Congress,
January 6, 1987.
13) H.R. 145 as reported (House Report No. 100-153,
Parts 1 and 2) with amendments, June 11, 1987.
H.R. 145 as passed the House, June 22, 1987. (See
Item 16 of this Legislative History for the
language of this bill).
Note: The Senate introduced no similar legislation
during the 100th Congress.
99th Congress:
H.R. 2889, the Computer Security Research and
Training Act of 1985, as introduced by Mr. Glickman
and referred jointly to the House Science and
Technology and House Government Operations
Committees, 99th Congress, June 27, 1985. See
Volume 2, Item 8, of this Legislative History for
the language of this bill).
14) H.R. 2889 as reported (House Report No. 99-753,
Parts 1 and 2) with amendments, August 6, 1986.
Note: The Senate introduced no similar legislation
during the 99th Congress.

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