The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, is a proposed law that would give companies unprecedented power to hand your personal information from the internet, including from private communications, over to government agencies without a warrant.
When CISPA first showed up last year, we successfully defeated it—so we need to remind President Obama about this dangerous threat to our personal privacy, and ask him to tell Congress he intends to veto CISPA once more.
Dear President Obama,
Thank you for your public opposition to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) last year.
With CISPA’s recent reintroduction on Capitol Hill, we ask for a renewed commitment to preventing such a flagrant violation of every American’s right to privacy. We cannot continue to blindly sacrifice personal liberties in the name of national security.
Please tell Congress you will veto CISPA if it makes it to your desk this year.