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CISPA 2013: Will Senate Vote to Violate Freedom To Contract & Privacy Rights?

“This is a total contradiction of what a free society is all about. The purpose of government is to protect the secrecy and the privacy of all individuals, not the secrecy of government” -Ron Paul

In a few hours, April 19th, 2013, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act / Cyber Protection Act-more clearly-a government internet takeover, will take to the Senate floor for a vote & a fight after the vote to bring it to the floor passed in house rules and passed the house floor vote, despite massive American outcry against the legislation and its useless amendments.

According to the legislative text and sponsors of the legislation, CISPA serves the purpose of protecting the cybersecurity of Americans and the companies that operate within the market Americans create.
Who could be against that? Who could turn down SECURITY? Who could turn down security on the internet, a revolutionary,rewarding, and risky network that connects individuals and businesses with each other, and with unique and innovative ideas, causes, news, and knowledge? Who could turn it down considering that participating in the internet and all of the glorious opportunities mentioned above eventually leads you to create an online “you”?

But what the planners behind CISPA 2013 do not make transparent to the American people is that the government’s goal with this cyber protection act is to make your internet “you”, your online communications and actions…transparent to government.

“Relying on the government to protect your privacy is like asking a peeping tom to install your window blinds” -John Perry Barlow

That’s right,men like Senator Mike Rogers, the sponsor of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2013, believe that protecting your internet SECURITY starts with legislating law that encourages and can even demand the sharing of your information from internet companies, even when illegally and in violation of Privacy Rights and Freedom to Contract, with government “and other entities”. This legislation endangers any information created, shared, and stored by you on the internet, including information protected by privacy agreements and contracts.

Senator Mike Rogers, in his plea & valiant fight for cybersecurity & CISPA, even went as far to state that if you care about your privacy / freedom to contract Rights “you’re probably a 14 year old teenager in your basement“...


LINK: http://livingnotsurviving.com/2013/04/18/cispa-2013-senate-v...

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Filibuster anyone?

Filibuster anyone?

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Can someone tell me if this

Can someone tell me if this passes in the senate, does the house still get to vote on it? Is the senate the last straw?

House is voting on it today

around noon eastern time.

If it passes, it will head to the Senate. If it passes the Senate, the President can sign or veto it.

CISPA actually passed the

CISPA actually passed the house already in spring 2012 http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2013/04/cis...

So this Senate vote is the big one before POTUS unilateral yes/no in desk vote

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wow how did i miss that...

I thought it was killed awhile back just after so pa and pipa

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It doesn't matter if it

It doesn't matter if it passed the house last year. This is a new legislative session and it must go through the house and senate in the same year.

"I will not submit to authority of man. I'm alive, I'm awake, this is more than I can take." -Jordan Page

*Corrected* Passed the house


Passed the house for 2013 yesterday, now onto Senate...

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"Basic American principle at stake in #CISPA debate: freedom of contract. Companies should be allowed to guarantee privacy. CISPA bans that"

"#CISPA destroys freedom of contract, PROHIBITS companies from making legally binding commitment to users not to share personal data/e-mails"

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