While we were not paying attention and worrying about our God and Guns, this evil deed was done.
You can read about the recent changes to CISPA—including why EFF continues to oppose the bill—in their recent analysis. We urge individuals who are concerned to speak out by calling their Congressional Representatives and then following up with an email.
UPDATE: 2013 Bill
For individual votes click on the gov track record HERE
The House of Representatives on Thursday passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, a dangerously broad effort to fortify the nation’s cyber defenses by allowing private and public entities to share data. Because of the way the bill is written that can include the private communications of consumers. The threat of a White House veto and denunciation of dozens of civil liberties groups wasn’t enough.