This blog is going black for 24 hours on 4/22/13 in protest of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act.

If CISPA becomes law, it will be a major blow to our online privacy. But more than that, CISPA’s passage would have a chilling effect on our freedom to connect online. We won’t feel as free to state unpopular opinions, or to speak truth to power, if we know that Big Brother could get a feed of everything we say and do.

This is not what the free and open Internet is about. We must tell Congress: Vote NO on CISPA and bury this bill for good.

Anonymous: CISPA Internet Blackout April 22nd | #CISPABlackout


TWITTER STORM planned for Saturday…here is twitterstorm package: more details to follow…

Tweet to your Senators and tell them to vote NO on CISPA
Every State Senator twitter account here:

Phone numbers for Every House Representative who passed CISPA:

ACLU petition to Obama to VETO CISPA here:



Cybersecurity Bill FAQ: The Disturbing Privacy Dangers in CISPA and How To Stop It

What is CISPA, and what does it mean for you? FAQ

34 Civil Liberties Organizations Oppose CISPA After Amendments

The CISPA Government Access Loophole

CISPA: The rhetoric vs. the reality

CISPA Remains Fatally Flawed After Secret Committee Markup (ACLU)

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