Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Sen. McCain's Internet Censorship Bill

Sen. McCain introduced another cybersecurity bill to "save" America from terrorists. Freedom-lovers just defeated SOPA and PIPA. Freedom of press advocates have every right to be very concerned about ACTA, an international intelligence property (IP) treaty that President Obama signed in November that the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) calls dangerous. Once it goes in effect, ACTA will give foreign countries, including China, a measure of control over what Americans can post or keep online. Sen. McCain's new cybersecurity bill is already under heavy criticism by people and organizations that care about the First Amendment. An excerpt from a Reuters article is below:

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A cybersecurity bill introduced by Republican Senator John McCain could dramatically expand the domestic reach of U.S. intelligence agencies and potentially give them massive troves of emails, civil liberties advocates said.

Well, maybe they have a point about terrorists being homegrown. Mine sure are. See "Letter to Mary Neal's Terrorists."

Information about ACTA is online. Google "EFF ACTA," or use this link:  (if my terrorists let it open)

Read more about opposition to Sen. McCain's bill at this Reuters link:,0,6212032.story

I suppose the censorship measures I expose in my article "Internet Censorship American-Style" would be expensive to apply by assigning everyone cyberstalkers. It would undoubtedly save money if censorship were made legal. See how it is done presently at this link:  . I have a dedicated team of cyberstalkers who work to suppress my net freedom. Four(4) go online with me whenever I use the Internet. They have not allowed me to log-in at my online prisoner advocacy group in two weeks - Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) at Care2 - The same people who love censorship are big on prison profiteering, assuming that my censorship cyberstalkers all work for the same people.

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