(Bloomberg) -- Privacy advocates have objected to a bill scheduled for a Senate committee vote on Thursday that would shield companies from lawsuits when they share information about cyber-attacks with each other and federal agencies.

Industry groups, such as the Financial Services Roundtable, largely support the bill that’s under consideration by the Senate intelligence committee and has the backing of the panel’s ranking Democrat and Republican chairman.

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