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Privacy advocates can breathe a sigh of relief as the controversial US Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) appears to be all but dead in the water, with all signs pointing to it being shelved by the Senate.
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Mike Rogers has no business in Congress, authoring this kind of trash.
This isn't over -- they've tried to pass this before. The instant they get a shot they'll pass this
So what you're telling me is that there are more Teapublicans in the House than the Senate?
Thank god. Everyone knows CISPA like actions happen under the table. To make it legal destroys us
The banks run it all, do a little research and it becomes blatantly obvious that they're in charge
Who oversights our corporatocratic government? They already do whatever they want; breaking laws.
They don't need laws to allow them to do what they already do.
Yes! Science, Mr White! Science!
CISPA Now nicely positioned to creep in quietly - like NDAA
Thank God there is a Senate and enough wise senators to stop the kids trying to run the candy store.
Who believes ?
If it's so ?
IT MUST REALLY BE BAD IF OBAMMER WOULD VETO IT.
Nothing prevents them from trying again in the future. Stupid will never go out of fashion.
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