Ending the NSA's massive phone database is just one recommendation in a report from the White House's surveillance review panel.
The database contains stolen usernames and passwords associated with Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, and more.
After users' hashed passwords, e-mail addresses, and other information is exposed in a security breach, the cloud-based hosting service neutralizes the attack and works to prevent future incidents.
Project Hemisphere, which was detailed in slides supplied to The New York Times, included access to phone logs dating back 26 years.
Instead of seeing the support page for the popular messaging app, users see a banner that says, "Dear All Viber Users, the Israeli-based 'Viber' is spying and tracking you."
The database will allow unlicensed TV broadcast spectrum to be used for wireless broadband.
Google is tackling child pornography on the Internet with a new database that collects information on abusive pictures.
Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, and other large tech companies let the National Security Agency search through confidential customer data, according to the Washington Post.
Amendment was shot down that would have required warrants before police could peruse shared information for any evidence of hundreds of different crimes.
White House veto threat says CISPA does not protect Americans' privacy adequately, raising the chances that the bill is doomed this year.