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BREAKING HUGE!! Cispa REJECTED by senate!!!

 
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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
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Huh?
 Quoting: Junie


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I thought obama was going to veto it because it didn't go far enough.
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Didn't Obama threaten to veto NDAA but signed it anyways?
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Cool...


Give it a few weeks. They will find a way to sneak it through.
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A few weeks or a few months. It will get passed in one form or another.

When enough senators have amended the bill to include their favorite pork barrel projects as payback to those who made all of their fat campaign contributions, it will pass the senate.

If Obamacare can pass, so will CISPA in one shape or another - wait and see.

It sucks, - but that's the way it works on Capitol Hill.
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Finally, some sense in Congress!
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glad to know it was voted down even though it should have never been legislation in the first place.
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yep
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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
 Quoting: LostCauseZ06


Huh?
 Quoting: Junie


is this person out of their drug haze yet?
 Quoting: beeches


^^ this
 Quoting: Msmithspeanut1


Obama, and his progressive movement, rely heavily on the internet -- and sharing of information. Information that would likely scare the crap out of the average American -- and information that likely violates the rights of many Americans.

The law, as it was written, put those communications at risk - because it shared just about everything. That is why OBAMA wanted Corporations to screen the data before they sent it on to 'other organizations' or 'government entities' -- because he did not want information for his groups shared.

Just like Obamacare... it applies to everyone, except Unions and other groups that support him.
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no way he would veto to protect any freedoms.
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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
 Quoting: LostCauseZ06


Huh?
 Quoting: Junie


ogrrr
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Didn't Obama threaten to veto NDAA but signed it anyways?
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This! hiding
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Good news! (for a change...)
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Remember how all those GOP members bitched about your rights being violated by background checks...


Yeah, they voted for CISPA

You can thank the Dems and Obama for protecting you from CISPA!
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According to U.S. News & World Reports, a representative of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation has stated that the Senate will not likely vote on CISPA, but will draft its own cybersecurity bill. The news magazine reports that committee chairman Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va has said passing the cybersecurity bill is "important," but CISPA's "privacy protections are insufficient."

[link to www.wtsp.com]

This is far from over...
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According to U.S. News & World Reports, a representative of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation has stated that the Senate will not likely vote on CISPA, but will draft its own cybersecurity bill. The news magazine reports that committee chairman Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va has said passing the cybersecurity bill is "important," but CISPA's "privacy protections are insufficient."

[link to www.wtsp.com]

This is far from over...
 Quoting: CowgirlK



WOW..... as if giving my employer my facebook password is not already TOOO far.... this makes me sick.

ya know, the worst part about all this that i realized, right now the MSM is a joke, and the only way i hear about 99% of my news is on the internet and GLP. So what happens when something like CISPA passes and site like this are no longer existing to get real factual non biased news???? this is HUGE and people are not realize just how much this will affect them in the long run.
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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
 Quoting: LostCauseZ06


Oh yeah, that's why they did it...for the people...

bullshit
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Didn't Obama threaten to veto NDAA but signed it anyways?
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Indeed, and OP is forgetting CISPA died in the Senate last year as well, pretty much the same players...
"And how can a man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers, and the temples of his Gods..." ~ Horatius

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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
 Quoting: LostCauseZ06


Oh yeah, that's why they did it...for the people...

bullshit
 Quoting: Saddletramp



heh, i hope that me posting THAT specific story does not come across as supporting its subject matter. Specifically i posted that link in complete disbelief that a news agency thinks sheep are truly blind enough to allow something like this to be SPUN into a positive issue for obama.

we are all fully aware what his motives and plans are.
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Didn't Obama threaten to veto NDAA but signed it anyways?
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Indeed, and OP is forgetting CISPA died in the Senate last year as well, pretty much the same players...
 Quoting: Saddletramp



Not forgetting, just honestly ignorant and unaware that was the case. Thank you for enlightening me. yoda
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Didn't Obama threaten to veto NDAA but signed it anyways?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1556732


Indeed, and OP is forgetting CISPA died in the Senate last year as well, pretty much the same players...
 Quoting: Saddletramp


btw that positive karma was from me, forgot to sign it
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A large reason for the failure of CISPA to make it to a floor vote on the Senate was the threat of a veto by President Obama if the bill reached his desk. While the President should be keeping the issue of national security at the forefront of his mind, it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people. With legislation involving the internet having far more support among Republicans than Democrats I would not be surprised if the House waited a few more years before reattempting this legislation in the hopes that the odds will be more in their favor. Of course at the same time all it would take is one major cyber attack for the tides to turn in support of an online Big Brother.
 Quoting: LostCauseZ06


it's refreshing to think that in his second term Barack Obama is still focusing on the rights of the people


lmao
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don't confuse this with SOPA, the stop online piracy act.

the original draft of CISPA included copyright infringement as grounds for sharing your information with private companies, but they removed it.

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