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TOPIC: Is everyone informed about CISPA
Created by: alwaysready2pla
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Here is a little blurb (yes it is a C& P) to open the discussion. It seems worth a work out here.

For the first time in human history, supporters of liberty around the world can share information across borders quickly and cheaply. Without the filter of government censors, this information emboldens millions to question governments and promote liberty.

This is why liberty-minded Americans must do everything possible to oppose– and stop– government attempts to censor or limit the free flow of information online.

One such attempt is known as “CISPA”, or the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. This bill will create a monstrous coalition of big business and big government to rob Americans of their protections under the 4th Amendment of the Constitution.

CISPA permits both the federal government and private companies to view your private online communications with no judicial oversight, provided they merely do so in the name of “cybersecurity.” But America is a constitutional republic, not a surveillance state– and the wildly overhyped need for security does not trump the Constitution.

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For the last 10 years, I have lived by the assumption that the CIA and other have already viewed my internet activity with large warehouses of snooping programs which scan all internet traffic. That someplace on some memory bank is the very first email that I had sent and the first porno that I had ever viewed.

Why do you ask? Because when I joined the Air national guard and entered basic training, the way the disclosure forms I had to sign sounded, it sounded that the government already had all of our data but needed our (forced) permission to use it against us if we had ever done anything.

Assentionally it was giving the government the permission to monitor our internet activity.

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Here is a little blurb (yes it is a C& P) to open the discussion. It seems worth a work out here.

For the first time in human history, supporters of liberty around the world can share information across borders quickly and cheaply. Without the filter of government censors, this information emboldens millions to question governments and promote liberty.

This is why liberty-minded Americans must do everything possible to oppose– and stop– government attempts to censor or limit the free flow of information online.

One such attempt is known as “CISPA”, or the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. This bill will create a monstrous coalition of big business and big government to rob Americans of their protections under the 4th Amendment of the Constitution.

CISPA permits both the federal government and private companies to view your private online communications with no judicial oversight, provided they merely do so in the name of “cybersecurity.” But America is a constitutional republic, not a surveillance state– and the wildly overhyped need for security does not trump the Constitution.

Sacramento CA
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TOPIC: Is everyone informed about CISPA