"Companies Allowed to Break Privacy Contracts!"
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, known as
CISPA was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. Now, I
don't know if the Senate will pass it, or not. I also don't know
if Obama will keep his word and veto it if it does. (He isn't
known for keeping his word.)
The word "Protection" in the title of the Act is misleading.
They are still trying to take our privacy AWAY from us online.
In fact, the Act contains a clause stating that employers can
demand your social media passwords - and you would be required
to fork them over. WTF?
They've been more quiet about this bill than the last one (SOPA)
which failed. That doesn't mean this one will fail - unless
people start raising hell, like we did before.
I'd suggest you read the following link carefully - then go to
the Chamber of Commerce - on the Web™ web site to find your
Senators' email addresses (right column). And, give 'em hell!