Cispa Passes The House: What You Need To Know
Posted 27 April 2012 - 11:20 AM
FYI, they have been doing this anyway, research what happened to the Carnivore program, they have access to any and all US carriers of anything anyway.
But I would rather have them snooping illegally than legally, if that makes any sense
Posted 28 April 2012 - 06:07 AM
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Posted 29 April 2012 - 04:54 PM
There are people out there to try to find every good nuke and cranny aspect of the horrible law CISPA, unfortunately, there is nothing good about it, other any to open the door for U.S. Government to make additional amendments to gain Control of its people rights and a thousand of other things like to prosecute people for un-related and unfounded stuff.
U.S. Government is already pushing legislative bills saying tax delinquent people are a flight risk and those TSA airport staff will have to arrest those people at airports, but TSA airport staff is there for terrorists. Do you see my point? The U.S. Government will say anything and hopes to find stupid people, usually the older generation or anyone who will believe it, using the term "Cyber Threat" which is a broad term or no such thing. Well as a stupid people would say, "IT MUST BE RIGHT, A CONGRESSMAN IS NEVER WRONG".
But the only problem is, these paid-off corporate Congressman (that are never wrong) have NOT supported any of their scare “cyber threats” stories with an ACTUAL EVENT or attack of any type (like 9/11) to gain support for the U.S. Country to be a corporate society to control the internet and the people of the United States. Like our soldiers who were lied to, just to have them fight the Hong Kong / Korea War, were back to the same brainwashed people again. We cannot keep fooling those and our ourselves that the U.S. Government is not lying to us again with their false scare tactics “cyber threat" and mysteries for political gain. Things like Congress telling everyone you can build a-bomb online or the Aztec calendar ready to expire will cause a cyber-attack.
A enough is a enough already, you got your Patriot Act, NDAA, FBGIA, N-DEx networks, but let it go, it's over 10 years after 9/11 and nothing else happening since, but Congress will not stop, rainwashing the people hope is for enough stupid people who know nothing about the internet, will come forward to believe the cyber threat hocus pocus. If there are all these threats to foreign counties to get information to harm us (I can’t even believe I say information can harm us, but anyway) then, give us these FACTUAL EVENTS THAT HAPPEN (like what happen to the world trade center), But I can bet you, I can make people believe that pigs can fly, - before your paid-off U.S. Congress can push this cyber threat house pocus to open up the doors a very bad government control & police state to control “freedom of speech” and our lives.
If any foreign government is going to get our secrets, well they don’t need the internet to hack some computer, they just pay off so low-life U.S. employee, like our Corporate U.S. Congressman to get the information and post it to wikileaks.com . NO CYBER THREAT NEEDED.
Yes, there are stupid people out there that believe CORRUPT POWER is more accurate then FACT, BUT FACT makes more people successfully in life than those who follow the blue collar leader, or in this case, follow the blue color HR 3523 “CISPA bill”. But then again, without these types of stupid people, I would have been not as successfully myself. So to all your stupid people who watch their football games and blue collar shows tuning out the world, but trying to find only what you can get out of it and believing everything your told, I will only say these “THERE IS NO SUCH THREAT OF ANY THING CALLED A ‘CYBER THREAT’ OR ANYTHING THING THREATING COMING FROM YOUR INTERNET / WORLD WIDE WEB, FOR YOUR PRIVATE DATA EXPOSED TO OPEN TO THE U.S. GROVERMENT, SO IT CAN BE USED AGAINST YOU FOR UNREATED THINGS.
And if that don’t make sense to you stupid people supporting this thing, well god help us.
Posted 03 May 2012 - 08:14 AM
Posted 03 May 2012 - 08:17 AM
Sorry for the double post.
This post has been edited by RichardM: 03 May 2012 - 08:20 AM
Posted 04 June 2012 - 11:05 PM
CISPA would "waive every single privacy law ever enacted in the name of cybersecurity," Rep. Jared Polis, a Colorado Democrat and onetime Web entrepreneur, said during the debate. "Allowing the military and NSA to spy on Americans on American soil goes against every principle this country was founded on."