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Time For Google To Speak Out Against CISPA

As the Internet’s political anger has massed around the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act over the last month, the world’s biggest Web firm has remained almost entirely silent. On Tuesday, ‘s Mountain View neighbor Mozilla drew a line in the sand for Silicon Valley, stating that CISPA “has a broad and alarming reach” and [...]
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