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"CISA violates the rights of all Internet users. Any company that doesn’t vocally oppose it is helping sell out the Internet, privacy, and democracy and can’t be trusted."

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CIS(P)A is coming back soon for the fifth time. And this time Obama says he'll sign it.

Senators Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr are planning a Senate vote on CISA before the end of July (2015)....

CIS(P)A is coming back soon for the fifth time. And this time Obama says he'll sign it.

Senators Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr are planning a Senate vote on CISA before the end of July (2015). This will be the fifth time Congress tries to pass this bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments more loosely. Unlike in the past, Obama now supports CISA and has been calling for its passage. 

The bill gives legal immunity to companies that share personal data with the government in the name of cyber security. In reality, the government would use the data they receive under the bill in a scheme to justify warrantless mass surveillance of domestic Internet traffic. It's purely a surveillance bill -- nothing in it is actually designed to improve security. 

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISA so badly, they're using the recent hack of the Office of Personnel Management as justification for bringing this back up and rushing it through. In reality, the OPM hack just shows that the government is not a good steward of sensitive data. The truth is that CISA could not have prevented the OPM hack, and no Senator could explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using irrational hysteria to try to end privacy on the Internet. 

CISA won't prevent hacking. It will be used to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop Congress from passing it by taking action now. We've stopped CISA before, let's do it again.

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