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CISPA cosponsor: "Anonymous was threatening us"

A sponsor of the infamous Cyber Information Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) said hacktivist collective Anonymous carried out a campaign of threats against supporters of the bill.

CISPA is back... again

CISPA, the Internet's most-hated cybersecurity bill, has risen from the grave yet again.

Anonymous calls for Internet blackout to stop CISPA

Can controversial cybersecurity bill CISPA be defeated with a Web-wide protest?

Google, Yahoo executives back CISPA through lobbying group

A lobbying group that counts top executives at Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo as board members has officially thrown its support behind the controversial CISPA cybersecurity bill.  

Rep. Adam Schiff tries to add privacy protections to CISPA

  One congressman is trying to help protect your private information before CISPA goes up for a House vote, tentatively scheduled for April 15.

Obama appears to oppose CISPA

 It appears that Obama does not like CISPA but does favor cybersecurity bills.

Mozilla becomes first major company to oppose CISPA

In a statement to Forbes, Mozilla claimed, "CISPA has a broad and alarming reach that goes far beyond Internet security."

Everything you need to know about the return of CISPA

The Cyber Intelligence Security Protection Act was reintroduced to the House on Wednesday. Here's a basic rundown of what CISPA does, and why you should care.

Petition will force Obama to take a stand on CISPA

While the Obama administration’s We The People  petitions don't guarantee any action, they do automatically merit an official response. And President Obama has been mum on the controversial CISPA—which he once promised to veto—for almost a year now.

Despite privacy concerns, CISPA passes in the House

  Despite the protests of Internet privacy advocates, the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) passed the House of Representatives Thursday.

Behind CISPA, the threat of a new cyberwar

Mounting evidence of Chinese cyberattacks on the U.S. could be the catalyst to pass CISPA, a cybersecurity bill that could be a "nightmare" for your privacy.

What is CISPA?

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, explained.

White House no longer promising to veto CISPA

Internet privacy advocates are concerned that privacy protections aren't in the final draft of CISPA, slated to go to a vote next week.

Report on Chinese cyberattacks gives CISPA a boost

CISPA sponsors Rep. Mike Rogers and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger point to a detailed new report about China's state-sponsored cyberattacks against the U.S. as evidence that the U.S. needs their cybersecurity bill.

Can Reddit stop CISPA?

Instrumental in leading the charge against SOPA, redditors are rallying behind a new petition—without support from Reddit, Inc.  

CISPA sponsor inadvertently donates to anti-CISPA campaign

  Whenever Rep. Mike Rogers tweets about his controversial cybersecurity bill, he's donating to the people campaigning against it.

Friday's Reddit Digest—anger as CISPA passes in the House

Former Secretary of Labor Robert  Reich hosts an AMA and redditors rage after CISPA passes in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Comcast officially throws its support behind CISPA

One of America's largest ISPs takes the position that the controversial bill helps security more than it hurts privacy.

CISPA defended by Congress's new Twitter account

The House Intelligence Committee is now on Twitter. It wants you to know that the Internet is safe in its hands.

How to help stop CISPA

Opposition to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is starting to build online, thanks to a petition with nearly 600,000 signatures.  

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