Mar 022013
 March 2, 2013  Posted by  Govt, Laws

Much has already been written about the reintroduction of CISPA – and all of it negative from the perspective of privacy advocates.

Kurt Opsahl of EFF writes:

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act—CIPSA, the so-called “cybersecurity” bill—is back in Congress. As we’ve written before, the bill is plagued with privacy problems and we’re urging concerned users to email their Representatives to oppose it.

Many of the bill’s problems stem from its vague language.  One particularly dangerous provision, designed to enable corporations to obtain and share information, is drafted broadly enough to go beyond just companies, creating a government access loophole.

Read more on EFF.

For more background on CISPA, see EFF’s FAQ.


Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.