Congress is at it again…
Last year masses of us took a stand, communicated to our representatives in Washington that we were not going to sit around quietly while they stole even more of our civil rights and put a stop to SOPA and PIPA.
Well, recently CISPA was reintroduced in the House.
Did you think we weren’t paying attention?
Fortunately, I am on the ACLU e-mail list and I got notified of this.
Dear ACLU Supporter,
The feds know exactly what you bought last night—or they could very soon, thanks to a proposed law that encourages companies to share data with government agencies like the CIA or NSA for cybersecurity purposes.
So get ready for powerful people in secret places to access your personal details on anything from the websites you browsed last night to that Christmas present you bought two years ago.
But luckily, there’s a way to stop CISPA (the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) dead in its tracks—by ensuring that President Obama would veto the bill if it ever got to his desk.
Tell President Obama to protect our privacy and veto CISPA.
So click this link and sign the digital petition telling President Obama to protect your privacy and veto CISPA.
The video below is a recent segment from RT America reporting on CISPA: