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Rick Berg Casts A Vote Against Online Privacy

Last night the Republican House, including North Dakota Rep. Rick Berg, voted 248 – 168 to pass the CISPA or Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act. This was a terrible vote that undermines our online privacy. The Center for Democracy and Technology has a good summation of the bill here, but essentially this would give the [...]
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