Does CISPA make you worry over the future of your online privacy?
With the U.S. House of Representatives passing the CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) last week, it now goes to the Senate. Does this legislation concern you, especially how it could impact your internet privacy? Do you oppose it? Do you see it as a necessary evil? Any thoughts are encouraged.
People happily give up all privacy when crowdsourcing terabytes of images and videos to the FBI akin to a digital witch-hunt for the Boston Marathon Bombing. Don't you know that DMV and the USPS already sell your information? And not a penny to you for the use.
Add on Anonmix to Firefox - but you'll have to turn it off and restart Firefox if want to go and edit a Hub on Hubpages. But even so-called anonymous data can ID a person up to 99% accuracy via 'data-exhaust' - http://ptosis.hubpages.com/hub/Data-Exhaust
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