STOP CISPA!

Last Update: April 25, 2013
“CISPA Once again allows companies to share sensitive and personal American Internet data with the government, including the National Security Agency and other military agencies.” -

The ACLU

The bill gives private companies the power to share our private emails, tweets and Facebook messages with various government agencies.
CISPA violates our 4th Amendment rights - without a warrant.
Corporate giants like AT&T, IBM, Intel, Oracle, Symantec and Verizon support CISPA.
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jatdebeaune Premium
I sent the petition in a couple times. What's with the corporate giants?
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JohnnyMark1 Premium
Well I heard that CISPA failed to pass in the Senate yesterday, which is good. The thing to remember, however, is that these corporations behind it, in collusion with the U.S. government, are already spying on us, illegally, against the constitutions 4th Amendment. CISPA would've made it legal!

This Government is no longer of, by, or for "we the people", if it ever was. It's devolved truly into a fascist state, of, by, and for the ExxonMobiles, the Monsanto's, the Lockheed Martins, and the international banking cartels. It's happening everywhere. Question is, how do the people of the world take it back from the worlds elite?
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jatdebeaune Premium
That's our challenge.
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@RICH. Premium
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JohnnyMark1 Premium
Hi Rich, Thanks for sharing that tidbit about the UK’s “Snooper's Charter”, which would make it easier for your government to spy on it’s citizens by ensuring each mobile device had its own unique IP address and other measures, in which there will be a record kept of every website you visit, and who you communicate with on social media sites.
Good to see some serious push back on this. They think that we’re the one’s that need spying on, but I’d like to see audio/video cameras in every office of governmental officials so that the people can see what kind of secret backdoor deals they’re making with private corporate interests, against us.
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jatdebeaune Premium
I would too. We're not the perps. After they're exposed, they should be fired, taken out of office.
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Sherion Premium
Oh yah, I did sign the petition too and last week I called and voiced my opinion.
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Sherion Premium
I had blogged about this last week here in WA! A week ago.
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/sherion/blog/what-about-your-privacy-is-it-gone-today

The comments were very interesting.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention again!
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JohnnyMark1 Premium
We can stop CISPA in the Senate! Sign the Petition: http://act.credoaction.com/sign/cispa_privacy/
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.
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