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CISPA: The Keyboard Cops

2 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

The clampdown on Internet freedom comes in the guise of a new bill that should give online entrepreneurs nightmares. New York, NY - Almost no one had read the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) before it was rushed through the United States House of Representatives in late April and sent to the Senate. Show More Summary

Next Round in Cybersecurity Battle: The Senate

Two weeks ago, the House of Representatives passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). But thanks to internet activism and advocacy by organizations like the ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, 168 Congressmen...Show More Summary

Leading Senate cybersecurity bill undergoing troubling adaptations in bid to entice votes

Here’s where we are: the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) passed the House. Several bills in the Senate deal also deal with cybersecurity. One will have to pass, and...

CISPA: An Alternate Future Where Your Personal Privacy No Longer Exists [Privacy]

Last week the House of Representatives passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), a follow-up bill to SOPA that wants to erode your personal privacy. The bill, itself, is palatable enough that Facebook and Microsoft gave it their seal of approval, and it's already got a kick start towards passing into law. Show More Summary

It's time for Google to take a stand on CISPA

Google Privacy Principles: where does CISPA fit in? President Obama's veto threat of the House Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) should have made news. The actual existence of CISPA should make news. It's a phenomenally...Show More Summary

CISPA: What's The Worst That Could Happen?

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) makes some very important people mad as hell, while other companies we trust with our personal info every day are cheering it on. Both sides paint a pretty gruesome picture of what happens if it passes or fails. Show More Summary

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 [...]

Cyber Bill Passes House – Time for the Senate to Act

The NAM-supported Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (H.R. 3523) recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives with strong bipartisanRead the Rest...

Mozilla becomes the first Silicon Valley heavyweight to oppose CISPA

Thousands of people oppose the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), including the Obama Administration and “Anonymous.” The bill, which was recently passed by the United States House of Representatives,...Show More Summary

On Breach of Decorum and Government Growth

By Jim Harper Last week, the Center for Democracy and Technology changed its position on CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, two times in short succession, easing the way for House passage of a bill profoundly threatening to privacy. Declan McCullagh of C|Net wrote a story about it called “Advocacy Group Flip-Flops Twice Over CISPA Surveillance [...]Show More Summary

WTF is CISPA?

The United States House of Representatives voted last Thursday to pass a piece of legislation called the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA. The controversial bill now sits in the hands of the Senate and faces further...Show More Summary

Mozilla Slams CISPA, Breaking Silicon Valley’s Silence On Cybersecurity Bill

  While the Internet has been bristling with anger over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, the Internet industry has been either silent or quietly supportive of the controversial bill. With one exception. Late Tuesday, Mozilla’s Privacy and Public lead sent me the following statement: While we wholeheartedly support a more secure Internet, CISPA has [...]

‘Anonymous’ hackers plan to stop CISPA with Operation Defense: Phase 2 [video]

The United States House of Representatives recently voted to pass the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). The bill looks to give businesses and the federal government legal protection to share cyber threats with one another in an effort to prevent online attacks. Show More Summary

Why the Government Can’t Remain the Cybersecurity Czar

Last week, the controversial cybersecurity bill known as the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act passed the House of Representatives. CISPA, which would provide a mechanism for the government and private companies to share information regarding cyberthreats, has the support of hundreds of companies. Show More Summary

Microsoft reaffirms its support of CISPA, snuffing the idea that it was wavering

Over the past few days, it has spread far and wide that Microsoft was either retracting, or at least lessening its support for the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, better...

3 Reasons CISPA Will Adapt or Die in the Senate [OPINION]

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, better known as CISPA, cleared the House of Representatives late last week. CISPA aims to a…

The Breakdown: Who Supports CISPA and Who Doesn’t

Last week, Congress backed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) by a vote of 248-168. Before it moves on to the Senate, we take a look at the key players behind and opposed to CISPA.

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – April 30, 2012

Want to know what your Government is doing about cyber-security?  Well, this past Thursday the House amended, then passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, also known as CISPA.  The Bill was written to help private businesses share cyber-threat information with the Federal Government and each other.  How would this work?  The authors of [...]

House approves cybersecurity bill over Obama veto threat

2 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

The House on Thursday approved controversial cybersecurity legislation that the Obama administration has threatened to veto. Members approved the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection (CISPA) act, H.R. 3523, in a 248-168 vote that split both parties somewhat. Show More Summary

Democracy Now: Will Cybersecurity Act Increase Domestic Surveillance, Violate Privacy Rights?

DemocracyNow.org As it heads toward a House vote, critics say the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) would allow private internet companies like Google, Facebook and Microsoft to hand over troves of confidential customer...Show More Summary

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