CISPA and You – A Guide To Privacy

Spread the word, if you can. It’d be appreciated. Also, IANAL, but I have a pretty extensive mastery of legal-ese, as well as a penchant for word problems.
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If you are eligible to vote in the United States, please take a break from whatever you’re doing today and call your member of the US House of Representatives. Tell the staff member who answers the phone that you value your privacy. And tell him or her that you are deeply unhappy that the House seems poised to destroy everyone’s online, and by extension offline, privacy by passing the CISPA.
Also for those who missed, about 900 websites have taking part in an online blackout today to protest the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. The web-based demonstration, organized by Anonymous
Oh yeah lulz. You might also mention that you’re not a “14-year-old tweeter in the basement,” which is how the chief backer of this wretched legislation has described its countless opponents.
I’ll be referencing this iteration of CISPA as of April 21st, 2012.

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