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Submitted by Settler 467d ago | news

CispaBlackout – We call for an Internet Black Out on Monday April 22nd

Anon Insiders- On Friday, Anonymous called for an Internet blackout in protest of CISPA, which passed the House on Thursday. If signed into law, CISPA would make it legal for websites to give your personal information to the U.S. government without your permission. Naturally, the hacker collective anonymous is not happy, calling for an Internet protest on Monday, April 22. (Anonymous, Internet, Web)

Gondee  +   466d ago
i doubt this will work. Anon's have lost a lot of power recently. To many rouge members and empty threats. That said, CISPA is unacceptable....
dcbronco  +   466d ago
If it's true that they stopped an attempt to steal the last election, and I believe they did, they should have all of the credibility in the world. Rouge members aside, they are far more trust worthy than our government. Our government supposedly works for the people and does our will but even when it is clear the people are against something members of congress just hide what they're doing and do what corporations want instead.

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