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CISPA vote means companies can't promise to protect privacy
| April 16, 2013 5:21 PM PDT
| Declan McCullagh
Posted on 04/17/2013 8:21:00 PM PDT by BlueStateMadness
Proposed amendment to CISPA says Internet companies' promises to protect customer privacy were legally enforceable. But then Republicans vote it down.
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Crime/Corruption; Government; Technical
KEYWORDS: cispa; congress; tyranny
Use pgp and thunderbird people! An unencrypted email is just a post card.
Good advice. Government is never to be trusted.
Fortunately, there’s always a way to beat the scumbags.
I see the trial lawyers have told Ubama to veto the bill anyway, so none of this matters much.
If the scumbag “jackpot justice” crowd doesn’t like a bill, it’s dead.
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