Lawmakers Cite Boston Bombing, WikiLeaks "Hacking" as Reasons to Pass CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act)

I just wrote this on my Facebook page:

Don’t trust the globalists! There is no doubt that they did 9/11 to get support for the wars and the ‘Patriot’ Act, and then they used their huge media machine to suppress and make fun of the truth and the truthers who have totally refuted the official planes-took-the-towers-down story.

At the top level, the globalists are Satanists who will do anything to achieve their master’s one-world government agenda, prophesied in the Bible.

I have a category at ToBeFree.wordpress.com called THEY’ couldn’t be that EVIL, which currently has 223 posts.

And my 9/11 TRUTH category has 264 posts (Latest posts appear first; 10 posts per page). No one should ever wonder if 9/11 was staged or not. The evidence is slam-dunk, totally irrefutable!

Jeff
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From: slate.com

Lawmakers Cite Boston Bombing, WikiLeaks “Hacking” as Reasons to Pass CISPA

North Korean hackers and the Boston bombings might not appear to have much in common. But not according to some American lawmakers, who are using both to justify passing a controversial cybersecurity bill that civil liberties advocates claim “undermines the privacy of millions of Internet users.”

Yesterday, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, was approved by the House of Representatives by a vote of 288 to 127. The law was first introduced in 2011 and approved last year by the House, though it died in the Senate after an outpouring of opposition from privacy and civil liberties groups. But it has been resurrected and is heading to the Senate for the second time. Predictably, the storm of criticism has also reappeared. Rights groups have consistently raised concerns over how CISPA would allow corporations to pass unanonymized user data to federal government agencies for vaguely defined “cybersecurity” purposes—and be covered by full legal indemnity when doing so.

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