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Congress About to Pass All The Horrible Spying/Anti-Internet Bills We Defeated Before

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 Talon    716

After we the people – web users and just plain folks – killed SOPA and CISPA, Congress has just renamed them and is about to pass them under the radar …


Dangerous 'cybersecurity' bills to be voted on soon threaten rights of journalists and whistleblowers (and everyone) https://t.co/h1IJwbFyc0

— Trevor Timm (@trevortimm) April 21, 2015


Big Government wants more Big Surveillance of you & your family. There's still time to contact your rep in Congress. https://t.co/Edo17bCQLu

— Justin Amash (@justinamash) April 21, 2015


Security experts and privacy groups pan cyber info-sharing bills in House and Senate – http://t.co/6WNDDmmUo5

— Larry Akey (@LarryAkey) April 21, 2015


Big. 50+ Technologists agree: “waiving privacy rights will not make security sharing better” http://t.co/ZaGKr8dZAs #STOPCISA

— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) April 21, 2015


Agent Smith needs his cyber bill to keep you in the goo. http://t.co/fMDrWchxNO pic.twitter.com/mbfSlwnHTl

— Access (@accessnow) April 21, 2015


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Cunts.  This will not go down well, they are only making enemies out of the ordinary people, which is seemingly partly the idea.


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 rain    48

it will happen sadly in time, the internet is the last place people have to do what they please even if its illegal or not with out feeling as guilty, it will be taken away and rated the fuck out of it. then it will be another pointless thing.

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