22 Apr 2013 proclus   » (Master)

The online #spying bill is back - #cispa #stopcispa #cispablackout

The Bill of Rights shouldn???t stop protecting our civil liberties when we go
online. But the House just passed -- for the second session in a row -- the
"Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act" (CISPA), which strips
Americans of their constitutional rights when it comes to communications that
we exchange over the Internet.


CISPA is a dangerous ???cybersecurity??? bill that would give corporations more
power to obtain so-called ???threat??? information (such as from private
communications of users) and to disclose that data to the U.S. government
without a warrant. That means corporations could simply send your online
communications and other data directly to the National Security Agency (NSA)
without court order.


Tell your senators: Say no to online spying bill CISPA. The Bill of Rights
still apply online. Click the link below to sign the petition.


http://act.credoaction.com/sign/cispa_privacy/?referring_akid=a99021718.29884...

Syndicated 2013-04-22 20:05:00 (Updated 2013-04-22 20:05:35) from proclus

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