CISPA: Even worse than SOPA
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|Wed, 04-04-2012 - 2:04pm|
Seems the government is at it again with a new piece of cybersecurity legislation...
“We have a number of concerns with something like this bill that creates sort of a vast hole in the privacy law to allow government to receive these kinds of information,” explains Burman, who acknowledges that the bill, as written, allows the US government to involve itself into any online correspondence, current exemptions notwithstanding, if it believes there is reason to suspect cyber crime. As with other authoritarian attempts at censorship that have come through Congress in recent times, of course, the wording within the CISPA allows for the government to interpret the law in such a number of degrees that any online communication or interaction could be suspect and thus unknowingly monitored.
Full article ~ http://rt.com/usa/news/cispa-bill-sopa-internet-175/
Don't they do this already??