latest threat to internet freedom from u.s. corporatocracy: stop cispa

The US Congress and its corporate partners want the right of warrantless spying on every internet user, anywhere in the world. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) would give corporations the right to collect information on our online activities and share it with the US government, without notifying us that we're being spied on, and with total immunity to lawsuits. And it would all be perfectly legal. Lovely, isn't it, what the law can do for those who control it.

Massive public outcry stopped SOPA. Massive public outcry stopped PIPA. Now it's time to do the same for CISPA. For those of us outside the US, Avaaz has become a leading mechanism for international protest. Click here to sign the Avaaz petition to stop CISPA.

For more info on CISPA, see these stories:

Digital Journal: Move over SOPA & PIPA: Here comes CISPA — Internet censorship

Wired: Internet SOPA/PIPA Revolt: Don’t Declare Victory Yet

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