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i_like_big_words Go ahead. do your research see how the #government is lying to you research on #opmkultra #rex84 #cispa #monsanto I'm fucking sick of having to preach this shit to almost everyone that I know we are run by a globalist puppet democratic bullshit society do the research read that shit yourself #bedifferent #fuckthenwo 19h

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Normal US Veteran. Gadfly to some.
  •   contrail_sprayer So you're just an ass then? 19h
  •   contrail_sprayer Niether does pushing ignorant disinformation. 19h
  •   philosophia_quest @contrail_sprayer Playing grammar police does not make one smart....nice try asshole. 19h
  •   contrail_sprayer Oh wait, playing grammar police DOES make one smart. Sorry I didn't read what you wrote before I responded. Thanks! 19h
  •   philosophia_quest @contrail_sprayer I think the chemtrails YOU'RE spraying have made you a fucktard. Is that disinformation? 19h
  •   contrail_sprayer No, that's an opinion. 19h
  •   contrail_sprayer You swear you have it all together. The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it's the illusion of knowledge. 19h
  •   philosophia_quest @contrail_sprayer Haha thats great! Im sure you know ALL about the illusion of knowledge, Mr. Chemtrail Sprayer! You know what else is an enemy of knowledge??? Denial! I hope you become one of the good guys some day and admit the truth. 19h

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gamecube051 For real -.- believe me people!!! Internet freedom is under attack this year, the government has no laws or regulations on the Net, that's the way it should be!
But now you will start hearing about hacks, cyber bullying, threats to national security, cyber terrorism all to get he world to surrender INTERNET FREEDOM. This innovation is our last hope of doing anything great as humanity, once the Internet is under control, the world is under control, the Internet when created was to bring the world so much closer, yet look how we abuse it.... #Internet #cyberbullying #cyberworld #net #terrorism #isis #TTP #cispa
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fergiefern215 I'm not really super hype wit Obama. I'm a Lil worried bout #CISPA and some other things they let fly. But I'm hype he #TalkingHeavy and still keeps trying to fix the economy in real life. The problem is wealth gap... So he deserve to #TalkHeavyLikeThis. 3d

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overtimegrind I'm not really super hype wit Obama. But he still from the Dub. (Illinois) and he still did 8 years. I'm a Lil worried bout #CISPA and some other things they let fly. But I'm hype he #TalkingHeavy and still keeps trying to fix the economy in real life. The problem is wealth gap... So he deserve to #TalkHeavyLikeThis. 3d

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conscious_monsta_ "They stole control with a single act of multiple hacks
They were literal, visceral, non-physical attacks" - Canibus
#CISPA "My interpretation is that it's based upon the hacking group "Lulzsec" and what later lead up to the bills SOPA, PIPA, CISPA and ACTA. Starting with a hacking spree in 2011, the group took down FOX, SONY, PBS, CIA before being tracked down by FBI.
The Lulzsec leader "Sabu" stands to face a maximum sentence of 124 years in prison, but the story took a turn when it's was revealed that Sabu had been working with FBI for atleast a few months before the group got arrested.
Another Lulzsec member, Jeremy Hammond claims that the FBI used Sabu to coordinate attacks against foreign governments. In his offical statement he said the following: "What many do not know is that Sabu was also used by his handlers to facilitate the hacking of the targets of the government’s choosing including numerous websites belonging to foreign governments.
What the United States could not accomplish legally, it used Sabu, and by extension, me and my co-defendants, to accomplish illegally. Why was the US using us to infiltrate the private networks of foreign governments? What are they doing with the information we stole? And will anyone in our government ever be held accountable for these crimes?"
These attacks was the groundwork for why the bills was so close to be applied. As they pointed at these actions (dangerous criminal hackers breaking into governments) to show the need for the bills. What this would have meant for you and me, is a more controlled internet and an insane amount of surveillance and restrictions.
Remember that nothing that I've written here is conspiracy theories, court orders and logged conversations is available to find on the net." - Unknown
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philosophia_quest France announced sweeping new measures to counter homegrown terrorism on Wednesday, including giving police forces better weapons and protection, going on an intelligence agent hiring spree and creating a stricter surveillance database. Cheers!
#Paris #France #CharlieHebdo #FalseFlag #Psyop #MediaLies #Surveillance #PoliceState #Cispa #Snapchat #London #America #WarOnTerror #PatriotAct #NDAA #DHS #NSA #FEMA #NWO #NewWorldOrder #WakeUp #PayAttention #GrayState #QuestionEverything #OnTheReal #MTV #KimKardashian #ArianaGrande #Hot100 #TheyDontReallyCareAboutUs
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vcgaribay PLEASE READ! CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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  •   g1l90744 I was watching the documentary 'united states of secrets " crazy shit people don't really know 4d
  •   vcgaribay I haven't seen that documentary but I'm definitely gnna look it up now. 4d
  •   g1l90744 Yeah there's two parts its on netflix . 4d
  •   vcgaribay But yeah the things we don't know about our own government is crazy @g1l90744 4d
  •   vcgaribay Sweet thanks for heads up bro! @g1l90744 4d
  •   g1l90744 No prob .. 4d

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iam6_5 REPOST FROM @universalintellectualab7: "CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars" (via #RepostWhiz @RepostWhiz app)
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universalintellectualab7 CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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thaniggajacks #Repost @theglobalmovement ・・・
CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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divinevalentina #Repost @theglobalmovement
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CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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dop3_ch3f CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars #Spying #alwaystryingtocontrolUs #FightBack #Repost
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urbanchicknic #Regrann from @theglobalmovement - CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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nu13iangoddess By @theglobalmovement "CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars" via @PhotoRepost_app
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  •   horse2water I agree with the whole privacy thing. Believe me, however I'm sure you know that everything you do on the net now is traced big time. They do these things anyway, and will get them into law. So it's best to try living your life as best as possible and do work as hard as you can. The direction the govt is heading in is very scary and I said this in 2007. Smh 4d

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theglobalmovement CISPA is a law that would give the NSA even more access to our data and let big corporations off the hook when they violate our privacy. And Congress is trying to pass it again.

U.S. congressman for Maryland Dutch Ruppersberger, a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans revived the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) 1/16, The Hill reported. The move comes in response to the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI has been blaming on North Korea & further pushed after the #French #Paris killings. Although the bill, a source of contention for privacy advocates when it was first introduced, was passed by the US House of Representatives in 2012, the Senate decided to not vote on it in 2013. “The reason I’m putting bill in now is I want to keep the momentum going on what’s happening out there in the world,” Ruppersberger told the The Hill.

This marks the third time Congress is trying to pass the bill to allow corporations to share our personal data with governments loosely. In addition, the 2015 version of CISPA would create a data sharing program between the Department of Homeland Security, Director of National Intelligence, and Secretary of Defense, with no accountability measures outside of their own agencies. Not only that, but any data shared would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

The NSA and members of Congress want to pass CISPA so badly, they're scapegoating the SONY hacks over the Interview as the reason this law is back. The truth is that CISPA could not have prevented those hacks, and even Representative Ruppersberger couldn't explain how it could have. Congress and the NSA are using the same hysteria over cyber security time and time again to try to ram CISPA into law.

CISPA won't prevent hacking. It will be used and abused to conduct even deeper surveillance into the lives of Internet users worldwide. You can stop them by taking action again. We've stopped #CISPA before, let's do it again. Please sign the petition and share it with your friends cispaisback.org .
#cispa #cispaisback #internetwars
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judoprepper President Obama announced his new Internet legislative proposal Tuesday, but privacy analysts warn it’s simply another CISPA-style government takeover of the Internet, including increased data collection, under the guise of “cybersecurity.” “The status quo of overweening national security and law enforcement secrecy means that expanded information sharing poses a serious risk of transferring more personal information to intelligence and law enforcement agencies,” the Electronic Frontier Foundation revealed. “Given that the White House rightly criticized CISPA in 2013 for potentially facilitating the unnecessary transfer of personal information to the government or other private sector entities when sending cybersecurity threat data, we’re concerned that the Administration proposal will unintentionally legitimize the approach taken by these dangerous bills.” The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act was a 2013 “cybersecurity” bill which granted private companies legal immunity for sharing private customer data with the government for “cybersecurity purposes,” and even though the bill stalled in Congress, Obama’s proposed Internet legislation is the spiritual successor of CISPA... -Is this thing on?!?!?! #JudoPrepper 6d

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