10/28/2015

Senate Passes CISA, The Surveillance Bill Masquerading As A Cybersecurity Bill; Here’s Who Sold Out Your Privacy

Filed under: Congress Whacked,Conspiracy,Corruption — 10:47 am

One would hope that these Senators will face retribution on election day

Senate Passes CISA, The Surveillance Bill Masquerading As A Cybersecurity Bill; Here’s Who Sold Out Your Privacy

10/13/2015

Once More: The TPP Agreement Is Not A Free Trade Agreement, It’s A Protectionist Anti-Free Trade Agreement

Once More: The TPP Agreement Is Not A Free Trade Agreement, It's A Protectionist Anti-Free Trade Agreement.

10/12/2015

Why Do Senators Keep Lying About What CISA Would Be Used For?

This is almost certainly why Senator Ron Wyden made it clear that CISA is a surveillance bill in disguise, because it would play right into the hands of the NSA, by giving it a way to snoop on even more communications after convincing companies to hand over "cybersignatures" that it can then use to sniff through everyone’s internet traffic.

via Why Do Senators Keep Lying About What CISA Would Be Used For?.

5/30/2015

TISA: Yet Another Leaked Treaty You’ve Never Heard Of Makes Secret Rules for the Internet

A February 2015 draft of the secret Trade In Services Agreement (TISA) was leaked again last week, revealing a more extensive and more recent text than that of portions from an April 2014 leak that we covered last year.

TISA: Yet Another Leaked Treaty You’ve Never Heard Of Makes Secret Rules for the Internet – Electronic Frontier Foundation

How Corporate Sovereignty Undermines Democracy By Irrevocably Binding Future Governments

from the how-is-that-even-possible? dept

How Corporate Sovereignty Undermines Democracy By Irrevocably Binding Future Governments

4/30/2015

Senate advances ‘secret science’ bill, setting up possible showdown with White House

Senate advances 'secret science' bill, setting up possible showdown with White House.

4/18/2015

The Trans-Pacific Partnership clause everyone should oppose

As usual Sen. Elizabeth Warren is spot on…

The Trans-Pacific Partnership clause everyone should oppose.

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