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Understanding CISPA: How the Internet Must Take its Privacy Back

Today legislators in the House of Representatives will vote on HR 3525 aka CISPA amidst a small groundswell of protest from grumbling arenas of the Internet. After watching the climatic battle over SOPA, which also had extremely compelling reasons to … Continue reading ? Understanding CISPA: How the Internet Must Take its Privacy Back is a post from: SiliconANGLE We're now available on the Kindle! Subscribe today.
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