Thursday, February 2, 2012

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CENSORED AND SPIED ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The BASTARDS are back. Leeches and parasites who are sucking the life out of America as a free country. Another part of our personal freedom for sale to the highest bidder, business as usual. 

Sneaky, never giving up, the cesspool of Congress is crawling like snakes to screw us again. That seems to be their only purpose in Washington, and they do it so well.

While our voices were heard by the politicians who temporarily backed down on as described in my previous post on the SOPA/PIPA bills to limit our Internet access, they are trying a different tactic in the meantime.

Now these puppets on a string and their owners are trying to sneak a bill in that will take our Internet freedom and privacy away. This would turn the U.S.A. into more of a China, and  similar to other countries that restrict access, and record everything done on the Internet, that the Government deems "offensive, of interest, or "other". 

It is a raw, ugly form of CENSORSHIP, SPYING on our privacy, wielded by those in our Country who want to have total control over our lives.

That we are amazingly at this low point in our "democracy" where those who are our "leaders" feel that they can get away with something such as this, is a commentary on how little they actually think about our rights as citizens. This so called "democracy" is a farce, fake, and hollow, the same as our politicians.

As our Government takes away more and more of our rights we are losing our freedom to do many things under the guise of anti-terrorism laws, phony media copyright laws, and whatever bull shit Congress and their masters are shoveling every day. 

Their arrogance and disdain for we the people is evident in all they do. In this case, the proposed legislation is another disgusting slap in the face of the America people.

It is sad that so many people have died in wars to defend our rights to freedom in America, and the phony, bought, paid for slimy politicians, are more than willing to sell this freedom to their Corporate owners.

Congress is treating you like a criminal. That's why their broad new Internet snooping bill is being called a "direct assault on Internet users".
Bill H.R.1981 contains legal responsibility for any Internet Service Provider to keep detailed records of "your Internet activity for 12 months, your name, the address where you live, your bank account numbers, your credit card numbers, and any IP addresses you've been assigned, whether or not you're accused of a crime.

To be honest, these are characteristics that a lot of Internet Providers most likely already know. The real difference here with the Bill is how easily they could then provide this information to law enforcement. It's a simple set of rules whereby the government agencies have to go through the process of, well, just asking for it. Yep, that's all they have to do.

It's wake up time again to act.

If you care about your freedom and want to show those who shit on us that we will not allow them to treat us this way, raise your voice NOW, start with signing the 2 new petitions below, before it is too late.

And get this: It's authored by lead SOPA sponsor Lamar Smith, of the currently dead SOPA bill you’ve heard so much about. 

Puppet Lamar's bill uses Child Pornography as a screen to push through an amendment that’ll have your Internet service provider also tracking all of your financial dealings online. 

Supporters shamelessly dubbed it the "Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act," but call it what it is: an all-encompassing Internet snooping bill

The sponsors of bill H.R.1981 are not stupid people. By naming a bill 'The Protecting Children from Internet Pornographers Act of 2011' they have managed to take a piece of legislation that could be the worst threat to online privacy ever and make it virtually impervious to critique.  

What it does is to amend several rules that have to do with Child Pornography and preventing it, the bill itself called the “Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011.”

It also changes the U.S. code Chapter 18 section 2703 Required Disclosure of Customer Communications or Records to include a requirement that your Internet service provider do the following:

It is currently legal for the government to issue a subpoena for the viewing of the information they speak about here, it is  NOT part of the law that Internet service providers MUST capture or retain that information whenever you are on the Internet.

In effect, before the authorities would need to first find a reason for you to need to be watched to get the ISP to start collecting information from you, that information will already exist on file, effectively meaning you’re being watched and recorded, even if you’ve done nothing wrong.

Don’t worry though, there’s an additional set of lines that should placate you because it’s so very kind of them to think of:

(1) to encourage electronic communication service providers to give prompt notice to their customers in the event of a breach of the data retained pursuant to section 2703(h) of title 18 of the United States Code, in order that those effected can take the necessary steps to protect themselves from potential misuse of private information; and;
(2) that records retained pursuant to section 2703(h) of title 18, United States Code, should be stored securely to protect customer privacy and prevent against breaches of the records.
So don’t be concerned, "they care about you and your information will be “stored securely” so no-one else can access it! But if they do access it, your ISP will give you “prompt notice” so you can change all your credit card numbers, hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your husband.

As the bill is written, any person under investigation of a crime (or possibly even civil matters such as custody battles or divorces) could look forward to having an extensive part of their life accessible without warrant or cause.
What are some of the obvious risks of this new legislation? As many people know, losing your credit card or having your identity stolen is a horrible experience. Can you even imagine what kind of damage could be caused if someone got a hold of all this information PLUS your web habits and log in and passwords?
Consider a scenario: Someone steals your web habits and your identity. How do you recover your identity and credit when the first thing the hacker does is cancel your credit monitoring service account and then sends your power bill, bank account, and new drivers license to their "phony new address" they have put down for your "new" residence? 

All this would be possible if someone gained unlimited access to the email, personal information, credit card number, surfing habits, and log in/password to web services that are used by many people daily and are the very items which would be compromised. 

Be reassured that this is in your best interest. Trust your Government and Corporate America who keep saying your information will be “stored securely” so no one else can access it! I don't think so, their track record truly sucks in doing anything remotely secure in the protection of the private information records on us.

Plus this is really about watching what you do to be sure you are not a "threat" to the Government. 

This bill has currently cleared its committee, meaning that the next step is a full vote. 

The bill needs to be stopped, and  Lamar Smith needs to be stopped, for the good of the Internet and YOUR privacy.