Tell the Senate to reject the House Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act
The House of Representatives has passed passed their Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), the same bad bill they passed last year.
Last year, President Obama threatened to veto the bill. This year, President Obama has threatened to veto the bill. That’s because it still gives private companies complete immunity for sharing customer information with the government, including the military or the NSA, without removing personally identifiable information.
CISPA as written by the House would trump all other privacy laws, all of the other protections the government has established for keeping personally identifiable and sensitive data—financial records, medical records, communication—private. Companies could share any and all of your information with the government in the name of national security, and there's nothing you could do about it.
It was a bad bill last year, and it's a bad bill now. Please use the form below to email your senators and tell them to scrap CISPA. (email is editable)
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