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CISPA, stripped of privacy protections, heads for House vote

11.04.2013 14:20

A controversial cybersecurity bill is one step closer to being added to the law books following a closed-door meeting between members of Congress on Wednesday.

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Anonymous user 22.04.2013 10:02

After the horrific Boston bombings how can anyone be so unpatriotic that they contest this law?


Jerkface McGee 19.04.2013 01:55

I don't believe that this was a conspiracy by the government, but the timing of this incident couldn't have been better/worse to allow such a law to pass. Remember the PATRIOT Act? Of course everyone here does. All this is serves as an upgraded version.

Anonymous user 18.04.2013 17:46

I'm not a conspirator... but the Boston thing and the voting of the bill is "interesting&qu ot; timing.

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 13:26

Too little too late for the imperialist scum! The OPPT filings in the UCC shut these turkeys down!

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 10:15

They do these things already, they just want to make it legal.

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 07:16

@ 05:01 So much win comes out of his mouth

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 05:03

They have been accessing our emails & internet activity for years. Now they want to make it officia

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 05:01

Brother Nathanael says Jews pushing CISPA to squelch goyim free speech in Jewmerica.

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 02:49

They'll pass it and Barackafeller Obummer will sign it like the Republican he is.


Matt Schneider 12.04.2013 02:23

Time to consider encrypting your sensitive electronic communication via ThreadThat dot com. Easy to use, ad free and cost free.

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 01:19

Will McConnell vote for it

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 00:25

The US CALEA law blew past the Constitution long ago, opening computer networks to government easily

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 00:03

Go ahead boys the dummy's are still asleep


Anne Kennedy 11.04.2013 23:18

It's another one of their dumb threats to scare people into shutting up about "them". They have been able to get at your personal stuff for ten years.


Chris S 11.04.2013 20:32

If the American public thinks this is something new, the best crawl out from their rocks because your government has been gathering all your phone, financial transactions etc. for decades....wake up people, it's not right but is also not anything new, Big Brother is there because you allowed it, the old NIMBY (Not I My Back Yard) mentality, let someone else deal with it culture.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 20:10

well vpn for the rest of my days

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:48

I closed my Facebook account months ago because of this.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:34

As long as they go after all the public employees first including themselves and their fam+friends.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:00

CISPA wants your data.

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