posted on Apr, 4 2012 @ 03:13 AM
SOPA and PIPA's main issue was that a single copyrighted post, picture or avatar by a user on a forum such as ATS could potentially shut down all of
ATS and also that a person could file a complaint on any website and it would be immediately shut down ... even if the complaint was false. For
instance, a person against Coca Cola company could file a single complaint and boom, the Coca Cola website would be terminated.
The only thing I see so far that CISPA has in common is "Internet regulation."
So, it's chickens 'n' apples ... both are an agricultural products; but, are really two different subjects.
Also, a certain somebody I know, has a job that does precisely this CISPA thing already! When she's not re-baptizing deceased victims of the Jewish
Holocast or other religions into her own cult ... she works for the #1 MaBelle company opening lines for Uncle Sam and any other government agencies
to listen in on everything we say and do.
CISPA is redundant and lacks checks and balances ... but, the checks and balances went out during the Bush administration anyway. In the name of
"911" - they passed all sorts of eavesdropping mess from librarians being required to submit a list of books checked out or even viewed by a patron to
companies being required to monitor and store all their employee's emails for a certain time period (three years I think it was.)
By watching the video it "sounds as if" the difference between CISPA and that which is already happening without much notice is that the ISPs would be
required to monitor and turn in their customers ... hence, semi-officially deputizing ISPs.
edit on 4/4/2012 by Trexter Ziam because: semi-officially
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