Rejected in 2012, the Republicans return with CISPA 2.0 to kill freedom Reviewed by Momizat on . Lose all your  hope, ye who enter here. The inscription at the entrance of Dante's hell will be the new motto for the Web access.  Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, Lose all your  hope, ye who enter here. The inscription at the entrance of Dante's hell will be the new motto for the Web access.  Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, Rating:
You Are Here: Home » InformAction » Rejected in 2012, the Republicans return with CISPA 2.0 to kill freedom

Rejected in 2012, the Republicans return with CISPA 2.0 to kill freedom

Lose all your  hope, ye who enter here. The inscription at the entrance of Dante’s hell will be the new motto for the Web access.  Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, in cooperation with the U.S. government, are discussing a new act to restrict freedom of expression, information and free supply of shared resources.  To understand the seriousness of this bill, just think sbout Abu Ghraib: only sharing news, photos and video of American troops torturing prisoners,  can be considered actionable cyber-threats.

The CISPA, Cyber ​​Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act was rejected in 2012, along with SOPA and PIPA, the last of a long list of killer freedom bills. The ACTA , rejected by popular acclaim in Europe, already allows the U.S. government to control your data, your mail account and all that existings and passes from your connected devices on the Net if “caught” to download illegally.

The CISPA exceeds even the Patriot Act, passed by George W. Bush as a reaction to September, 11th. CISPA is inspired from part of the program “New American Century”, the neo-liberal manifesto of the Republican Party, published in 1999 and modified several times over the last few years, to censor and not make it available to the general public some of the  anti-democratic ideas since the days of McCarthyism , when the U.S. gave way to repression and total control to block possible communist infiltrators.

The hacker groups all over the world are organizing for coordinated and spectacular actions all over the world, while the Australian government has just arrested an activist of Lulz Security (one the most active hacker’s group knowed) , just where Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, participates  to the election race.

The Democrats announce battle in Congress, but the matter obviously bypasses the palaces of American politics, goes beyond the U.S. borders and  invests at least 2 billion people who have access to the Net.  The trend of the last vote to block the use of heavy weapons, leaves no good perspectives.

It only took $ 14,000 from the gun lobby to buy the vote of Senator Turner of Texas. Much less could be enough to sell the freedom of millions of online users.

Print Friendly

About The Author

Number of Entries : 1331

Una risposta a “Rejected in 2012, the Republicans return with CISPA 2.0 to kill freedom”

  1. You made some good points there. I checked on
    the internet to learn more about the issue and found most people will go along
    with your views on this website.

Lascia un Commento

The Facebook App ID should be included. Maybe you need to register a Facebook app for your blog.

*

*

Associazione Culturale "Cloudix Enterprise" C.F. 06213180828, Sede Legale: Via Marchese Ugo, 74 Palermo 90100, Email: associazione.cloudix@gmail.com © 2012 - 2014 Francesco Quartararo, InformAzione all right reserved.

Scroll to top