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Everything you need to know about CISPA
CISPA passed in the House of Representatives. But what is the bill and what will it do for privacy and data?
CISPA getting last minute rewrites and criticism
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, heads for a vote in Congress amid a flurry of activity. Plus, the Robot Roundup.
ACTA - the new SOPA and PIPA
We watched the collective web flex its muscles last week as sites went dark in protest of SOPA and PIPA, effectively killing the anti-piracy bills that were up for review in both houses of Congress. Time for a new acronym: ACTA, which stands for Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. This time out, the anti-piracy crime-fighting effort is […]
GOP candidates all oppose SOPA at debate
Want to get a reading on how unpopular SOPA has become? Just check in with the group of Republican candidates in South Carolina who are all trying to get people to like them ahead of that state’s primary. At last night’s debate, every single candidate said they opposed the bill. From Politico: Speaker Newt Gingrich […]
Wikipedia gets big numbers on dark day
Blackout is a hit. Quick, someone tell the Scorpions.