Facebook and CISPA
CISPA, the new SOPA, has a friend in Facebook, already tying to spin their support rationale.
Cory Doctorow, one of the leaders of the fight against SOPA, writes in boingboing about Facebook's support of CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011. CISPA also allows blocking Internet access to information, has "many of the worst features of SOPA – surveillance and domain seizures and censorship and son on." And Facebook supports it.
Facebook, in their rationale for supporting CISPA, waves the national security flag, saying they need the ability to share information with other online services to protect user information from cyber attack. But Facebook promises not to share any "sensitive personal information" about any of their 845 million users. So Facebook VP Joel Kaplan says we should trust Facebook to protect our personal information.
Wrong, Facebook, wrong
FB is like Assange said - a wonderful thing for the CIA.
guest on rt.com
Do you really think we believe that? Rethink !
William Miranda on facebook.com
Facebook is established by the CIA. Mark Zuckberg is only a mascot and nothing else.
Rockabilly Rock on rt.com
Sign of the times: one of most active forums for complaining about Facbook and CISPA? Facebook.