CISPA is Back
If you governmental or corporate assholes are seeing this, piss off right now.
To those who aren't those leeches, CISPA, the privacy-ending bill, is back. Those who are familiar with SOPA and PIPA should pretty much be aware of what CISPA, the 'Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act'. If not, listen up.
CISPA is essentially the opposite of the other two; Instead of limiting information, this bill will open up all floodgates, allowing ALL information flow freely. When I say 'all', I mean everything from your computer; Private files, 'stashes', personal information, etc. Private corporations and governmental branches will be able to view all this info as they desire, and all on the paranoid-as-f*** assumption that it's a 'cyber-threat'.
Their definition of a cyber-threat:
1. Efforts to degrade, disrupt or destroy government or private systems and networks.
2. Theft or misappropriation (in this context, it means 'wrongful borrowing') of private or government information, in