A message from DemandProgress.org: CISPA would obliterate any semblance of online privacy.
And it's up for a vote this week.
We need to slam Congress's phone lines to encourage lawmakers to vote no.
CISPA would allow corporations to track and share all variety of information about Americans.
It would demolish existing barriers between the government and the private sector -- and between government agencies -- that restrict data sharing without cause, effectively allowing information about Americans' use of the Internet to slosh back and forth uninhibited.
It would provide the military and security agencies with broad new powers to track Americans' online activity.
We need members of Congress to oppose the legislation when it comes up for a vote later this week.
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