Urge the President to veto CISPA
Last year, the President Obama's administration threatened to veto the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) because it would create major privacy and security vulnerabilities. In the veto threat, the President Obama's administration said:
“The sharing of information must be conducted in a manner that preserves Americans' privacy, data confidentiality, and civil liberties and recognizes the civilian nature of cyberspace. Cybersecurity and privacy are not mutually exclusive.”
House Republicans have reintroduced CISPA, and have not changed any of those flaws. To help force a complete rewrite of this cybersecurity bill, the White House should issue another veto threat, making clear its continued opposition to this bill.
Please join with Daily Kos and Demand Progress by sending an email to President Obama, urging him to reiterate his opposition to this bill. (Email is editable)
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