Should the Government Be Able To Follow Your Internet Browsing and Have Access to Your Internet History Without a Warrant? CISPA’s Back!

Ben franklin

CISPA just passed a closed door vote of the House Intelligence Committee 18 to 2.

In 2012, the Internet community rose up in opposition to this bill, irritating many members of Congress. As we said last year, the powers that be were going to come back again to try to get it passed. And so they have.

Washington wants to be able to put the lock down on the last free place in the world, the Internet, and eradicate any sense of Internet privacy if it can. It looks like we must fight them back again.