CISPA: Cybersecurity Bill May Pit Online Safety Against Privacy
By Bob Gourley As predicted, the House of Representatives passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) last night. More here. The Nuclear Risk Reduction Center, established as a secure communications channel between the USSR and
The House of Representative has passed CISPA, a bill seeking to increase the government's power to monitor private data online. Political commentator Luke Samuel says the law is directed against a nebulously-defined and
Controversial online security bill CISPA is two steps away from becoming a law. Software freedom activist Richard Stallman says Internet users should beware, as the government is a much bigger threat than any individual hacker. “What CISPA says as
At the same time the House of Representatives was talking about CISPA and how America is weak in Cybersecurity they are also working to allow more corporations to farm out Information Systems jobs to other countries to save them money and while
"CISPA is anti-American. It sanctions spying on the entire US population under the pretext of keeping us secure from electronic attacks originating from cybercriminals, foreign governments and terrorists," stated Evelyn Castillo-Bach, CEO of UmeNow.