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Published on May 6, 2012

Apr 24, 2012 by alisonserr

H.R. 3523  CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act) Is The New SOPA that was shut down in Congress but that hasn’t stopped them.  Microsoft, Facebook, TechAmerica and others are on board with this.  Why?  Well, it tells the Internet Company that the government is not going after them, what we want is to go after anyone who dares to go against the government.  A good example would be Wikileaks.  If they have a law like this they can just com in and tell the ISP Provider to shut down Wikileaks.  And if you are a threat to a private entity they can shut you down.

And, as telegraph notes, both the NSA and the US Department of Defense are already using Deep Packet Inspection technology — in the name, of course, of the war against terrorism — to monitor internet traffic in the US.  A company like Google, Facebook, Twitter, or AT&T could intercept your emails and text messages, send copies to one another and to the government, and modify those communications or prevent them from reaching their destination…”  “…if it fits into their plan to stop cybersecurity threats.”  Electronic Frontier Foundation.

H.R. 347  ‘Trespass Bill’ Criminalizes Protest so that means no more protest at the capital.   In addition,  the U.K. has decided to test lasers that will temporarily blind individuals, especially if you are participating in a protest or riot.  In other words, if people start speaking up against the government they can be blinded.  When people don’t have the right to protest we don’t have much left.


25 Apr 2013  The Senate will not vote on a cybersecurity bill that passed the  CISPA? What
CISPACongressional deadlock has utterly stalled the bill 

18 Apr 2013  Next it will move to the Senate and could then end up on the desk of US  After
CISPA was unsuccessfully introduced to Congress last year 

29 Apr 2013  The cybersecurity act known as CISPA overwhelmingly passed in the  time in
as many years CISPA will fail to find its way out of Congress.

18 Apr 2013  The U.S. House of Representatives has passed the controversial Cyber
Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act (CISPA) by a vote of& 288 to 127, 

24 Apr 2013  ‘He fought and defeated SOPA, a law similar to CISPA which Congress just
passed while we were all paying  So how did he really die?’ 

18 Apr 2013  Congress passes Cispa cybersecurity bill. By Geoff Dyer in Washington. A
cybersecurity bill passed by the US House of Representatives on 

www.ft.com/cms/s/0/be090d28-a871-11e2-8e5d-00144feabdc0.html – 71k – Similar pages

25 Apr 2013  We’re pleased to hear the Senate will probably pick up where it left off last year.”
That’s not to say Congress won’t pass any cybersecurity 



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