Saturday, 14 April 2012

Bring it on, you funky acronym.

CISPA allows ISPs, businesses and intelligence agencies to monitor and/or intercept your Internet traffic, granting companies more leeway when it comes to collecting and sharing data about their consumer. The main concern is that it could end up paving the way for copyright holders to begin policing the net - in the eyes of the MPAA, copyright violations ARE a security threat.

Oh, yes, that means exactly what you think it means. Hello ACTA2 - a.k.a "Whack-a-mole: now with added legislation!" Silence is surrender. Show your disapproval for the restriction of internet freedom HERE.

I am part of the Internet Freedom Movement - and you're very welcome to join us. We already took down SOPA.

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