CISPA A.K.A SOPA 2.0

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  1. Squall741

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    For more information here's the SOURCE


    RT'S video on CISPA:
     
  2. Squall741

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    More info
     
  3. I_Cant

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    yes, but what happened to ACTA? isn't that still going on?

    but anyway... I'll go tell people... again...
     
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    I thought ACTA passed.
     
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    Already spreading the word.
     
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    no it didn't, the countries which agreed to it haven't ratified it yet
     
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    RT is awesome guise and totally reliable. If they use ISA server then im in favor of it
     
  8. DDshoeshowz

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    CISPA is DEFINITELY the new SOPA and its because In broad terms, CISPA is about information sharing. It creates broad legal exemptions that allow the government to share "cyber threat intelligence" with private companies, and companies to share "cyber threat information" with the government, for the purposes of enhancing cybersecurity. The problems arise from the definitions of these terms, especially when it comes to companies sharing data with the feds.