By Andy Greenberg – While the Internet has been bristling with anger over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, the Internet industry has been either silent or quietly supportive of the controversial bill. With one exception.
But despite the outcry over the privacy violations the revamped bill might allow and even a threatened veto from the White House, tech firms have largely stood behind it–CISPA’s official supporters include Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Oracle and Symantec among others–carriers including AT&T and Verizon have signed on, too.
- Updates from Congressman Mike Rogers
- Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself ↓
- Mozilla is first major tech company to denounce CISPA (news.cnet.com)
- Tech Giant Warns CISPA Is “Alarming” Threat to Privacy (mountainrepublic.net)
- Mozilla comes out against CISPA, says ‘the bill infringes on our privacy’ (theverge.com)
- Mozilla is First Major Tech Company to Denounce CISPA (dmxzone.com)
- Why is Silicon Valley silent on CISPA? (gigaom.com)
- Five things everyone needs to know about CISPA (digitaltrends.com)
- Everything You Need to Know About CISPA (brandtstandard.com)
- ANONYMOUS: House Passes CISPA, The Fight Is Just Beginning – Message to U.S. Citizens (panoffolin.wordpress.com)