A warrant is required to read Folk’s mail, tap Folk’s voice phone lines, or use listening devices for a fvcking reason!
Remember SOPA? Well CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) is version 3 of the bullshyt of the government attempting to bypass the 4th Amendment of the US Bill of Rights.
…the act has been reintroduced by Michigan’s Mike Rogers in the House of Representatives, it’s important that the Obama administration come out against it as vigorously as it did last go around. This petition response gives the president a perfect platform to threaten a veto once more.
Earlier this week, 34 internet rights organizations sent a letter to congress balking at this reintroduction of CISPA. Unsurprisingly, among the 34 were Mozilla, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the American Civil Liberties Union. Despite early support last time around from companies like Microsoft and Facebook, CISPA wasn’t able to make it all the way. With these considerable objections, hopefully CISPA will die and stay dead this time. It isn’t a done deal, though. Politicians, and the lobbyists they work with, have their minds set on controlling every aspect of the internet. It’s going to take a lot more than a petition to keep their hands off of internet freedom.
If you’re worried about CISPA, your best bet is to contact your elected officials to tell them you’re not having any part of this.
At least a recent White House petition received enough online signatures to demand the White House respond to this bullshytery. These fvcking people in Washington are getting on Folk’s fvcking nerves! “We wanna make you safer and secure!” all while placing an anal probe up the American populace rear end, stripping us of medical services, while asking us to fund their next handjob at an exclusive resort with a diamond studded glove.
Folk can’t ask you to do your part, but you best believe Folk has contacted Folk’s Congressionals peeps about this bullshytery! Hell, Folk has a Congressional app on the phone and constantly emailing fvckers about their bullshytery! Fvckers! And when they do something Folk deems worthy, Folk likes to send them a cookie with a sprinkle on top. Yes a single sprinkle.
Folk just wishes these fvckers who make the laws were subject to the same fvcking laws they create!