How can we stop the latest resurrection of CISPA?
stylor 1 year ago
After being pushed back last year, CISPA is back again. The head of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) even tweeted that pro-CISPA forces donated 15 times more money to committee members than anti-CISPA groups. I can't compete with AT&T et al to buy votes, so what can we do? I've written my Congressman, and in response got a letter thanking me for my concern about cybersecurity and a promise to take steps to ensure America is secure. Did they even read my letter?!?! So if we don't have the money to match large Fortune 100 companies, and our representatives read letters opposed to CISPA as support for it, what is left to do? Any ideas?
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