YES! - CISPA violates the 4th amendment, by legalizing the warrantless sharing of info between government & private companies.
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NO! - CISPA merely helps the government & online companies stop cyber security threats.
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jdadam 3 years 40 weeks ago

There are more of us than of "them" and we stand with them, serve them, make their coffee, take it to them, open their doors, drive them, make their travel arrangements.........there are more of us in their daily lives than their own 1%. Not to be out done by generations of Aristocratic inbreeding disorders; Capitalist inbreeding causes mental illness, blindness, stupidity, war, and cold, cold hearts. I suggest that in time We The People fund a private citizen volunteer to match every private and public interest lobbyist.

PanBlaiz 3 years 40 weeks ago

CISPA is censorship. In a free society their is no room for any kind of censorship. All CISPA will do is take away Internet privacy and freedom. The Internet is one of the last truly free spaces left on earth that hasn't been totally corrupted yet, let's keep it that way - Lets fight to keep the Internet free... Props to anonymous for taking the fight to the belly of the beast.

Under CISPA if you receive an email that contains a link with copyrighted material, you could be found in violation of CISPA and have to pay a fine, go to jail or both. Tell me, how is this protecting the users of the net? You can't because CISPA makes targets out of users of the net, basically turning anyone "they" want to into a criminal. This is NOT Justice, this is tyranny.

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