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Facebook takes back CISPA support

14.03.2013 19:48

One of the biggest names on the Internet has rescinded their support of a controversial computer bill. Social media giant Facebook says they are no longer favoring the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA.

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Anonymous user 19.04.2013 06:09

When only one side owns all the power, is called tyranny. The safest path is peace and progress.


crypticconcretecrawler 18.04.2013 17:55

glad to see they dont support this act, but unfortunately the government will not need their approval, putting all its users, an entire nation essentially, at risk

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 19:36

Government get off the computer, step away from the keyboard until you take a class.

Anonymous user 23.03.2013 16:11

Clearly these people have no idea about how the internet actually works. They should ask someone. DS

Anonymous user 21.03.2013 19:08

CISPA NOT allah do not want to privatize the Internet is the only way to express themselves freely.

Anonymous user 21.03.2013 19:07

NO ala CISPA no queremos que privaticen el Internet es la única manera de expresarse libremente.

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 14:41

Yes, many people have deleted their facebook accounts these days. Soon, we cancel more accounts.

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 14:24

Governments are trolling and using evidence found on Facebook to prosecute or pressure people- fact

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 14:12

Obviously a lie.

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 12:39

Facebook - the best place on the web for US intelligence to spy on your every move

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 12:29

I've closed my fb account after 5 years of controversy. Now it's your turn. Do it now! PROTEST!

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 11:53

bye bye Facebook. nobody will miss you :) everyone pls make sure to PROPERLY delete your FB account.

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 11:21

too late! fb already showed true colours & cant be trusted. no wonder everyone is abandoning fb now!

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 09:21

bye bye 4th amendment

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 07:08

They say they do but they don't ... all liars

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 05:46

FB is full of it, just trying to save face, they are facilitating massive amounts data to big bro.

Anonymous user 15.03.2013 00:19 not trust fb!

Anonymous user 14.03.2013 23:03

The whisper of CISPA

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