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The US House of Representatives has passed the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act (CISPA).
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This is like watergate for the Internet. I've got nothing to hide, but I don't need the government snooping around... Read and see what you think people
We the people must take action
another way for government to control our media!!!!!
Bank of England passed the Coinage Act of 1873 for £100,000, Earnest Seyd paying Congress £100k
This is only to protect the rich, and no one else. Barack Obama better choose wisely.
Make sure to vote for people that DIDNT support this bill. I know THOUSANDS in my state that are.
unfortunately, the bill at this stage takes away more liberties than it means to preserve.
America is really becoming the fourth Reich
wikileaks doesn't hack. info is submitted to them like a journalist sources.
It is our freedom and right to do what we want and now you intend on limiting our rights.
We should be watching the bank accounts of congressmen involved. Someone's getting paid to push this
This is capitalist communism
Oh and Louis, Lenin was a false name Ulianov used to preserve anonymity ;)
Not Junk politicians but obedient followers of the Elite, who do bidding unwaveringly
US may fool their brainwashed, but these move are transparent, same as 9/11. Instil orders of Cabal?
If Obama signs this I see more business moving out to other nations. Its just human behavior.
That's what happened when junk politicians hold so much power and protected at all cost by the law!
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