The United States needs more civil liberties, not less. If CISPA passes, the U.S. government will share information regarding the Internet activities of Americans with technology companies. The bill was proposed by a Republican in the House, where the bill initially passed. It failed in the Democrat-controlled Senate. President Obama feels the bill will erode the civil liberties of Americans even further than they already have been.
CISPA should not pass in the US Congress. CISPA would decrease our freedoms on the internet and other electronic mediums, and that would forever change our way of life. As Americans, we have been founded on the beliefs of freedom and the like, and having those taken away from us just isn't right.
I believe that the CISPA should not pass in the United States Congress. Even though the bill is supposed to protect the Internet against cyber attacks, there is a great civil liberty concern. There is no safeguard against the government snooping into a person's private Internet browsing history. It would be another case of "Big Brother" watching you.
CISPA should not pass in the United States Congress. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is way too broad and lacks restrictions on government abuse. CISPA at the current stage of the bill has an almost unlimited definition of what user information can be shared with the government. This bill may be needed but it needs to be redefined before placed into action to protect citizens from having all their personal information released.
No, CISPA should not pass in the United States Congress, because it would allow the NSA and other intelligence-gathering organizations even more access to our personal information than they already have. Such a bill would not be very popular at the moment among the American people, who are already skeptical of how much they have been spied on by their own government.