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Distracted by the Boston bombing, CISPA passes the house on April 18th 2013

CISPA allows the U.S. government to request information from private corporations about you without a warrant, without ever telling you. Furthermore, it protects these corporations against any legal recourse.

The world being distracted by the Boston bombing, the bill passed the U.S. house of representatives on April the 18th. It’s not signed into law yet, however.

Stop CISPA now.

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