Not a “Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act”

The Cybersecurity Bill, CISPA, formally known as H.R.3523, was presented to the House by Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) and Rep. C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger (D-MD). CISPA is considered to be an amendment to the National Security Act to allow for greater sharing of “cyber threat intelligence” between the U.S. government and the private sector, or between private companies. “Cyber threat intelligence” is defined as any information pertaining to vulnerabilities of, or threats to, networks or systems owned and operated by the U.S. government, or U.S. companies; or efforts to “degrade, disrupt, or destroy” such systems or networks; or the theft or “misappropriation” of any private or government information, including intellectual property. From Digital Trends

Anything considered a “threat” would be directed to the government without any liability from the private companies, including any private communications and related information. The definition of CISPA is very broad with very few limits on who can get the data and almost no limitations on how the government can use the data. From TechDirt

Besides having the ability to censor any speech, the target of this bill is pretty clear; to hunt down anyone suspect in participating in Anonymous activism and pirates of the file-sharing variety. (Also, truth activists) From InfoWars

Many companies support this bill, including, Facebook, Microsoft and TechAmerica supporting this bill. So, take a stand against it! Sign the petition-Save the Internet from the US  and Track it here

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