The internet is in an uproar about a bill called CISPA, but why? Here’s a simple primer on ... Supporters of the bill say that it’s a necessary upgrade to the National Security Act of 1947, which does not cover cyber …
In short, it is a dream bill designed specifically for the national security surveillance state. CISPA will put a legal facade on behavior the CIA and NSA have engaged in for decades. It is the culmination of years of cyber …
"Sign the petition, get on social media, because this is what defeated SOPA and PIPA and this is what will defeat CISPA and this is what will defeat whatever they throw at us. Internet freedom, Internet privacy matters." The …
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Despite all the fears surrounding CISPA — a bill that would make it easier for the Federal ... CSA allows DHS to designate the National Security Agency (NSA), and other military agencies with little to no public oversight, …
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once the government gets expansive national security authorities, there's no going back. We encourage the Senate to let this horrible bill fade into obscurity." The Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), whose …
CISPA will ... added to the bill. "CISPA is an extreme proposal that allows companies that hold our very sensitive information to share it with any company or government entity they choose, even directly with military …
... that would surreptitiously and unconstitutionally give the NSA even more powers! Remove the rothschild …
A version of CISPA passed the House by a vote of 248-168 a year ago, but the bill failed to advance through the Senate. President Barack Obama, citing privacy concerns, threatened a veto of that version, and the White …
CISPA was controversial, and never passed. But in the minds of the pension fund’s lawyers, support for that bill essentially equals playing ball with the NSA and its spying programs. Get it? As the disclosures about PRISM …
CISPA has failed in the past, but is back again, with Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D – MD), it’s longtime advocate, reintroducing it and citing the hack of Sony Pictures, putatively by North Korea, as justification for new powers. …