Every Representative Who Voted for CISPA, and How to Contact Them

The United States legislative system won't always give you what you want. A lot of times, it'll give you the exact opposite. Like CISPA for instance. But the real beauty of it all is transparency; if you don't feel adequately represented it's a piece of cake to figure out exactly who to yell at. » 4/18/13 2:30pm 4/18/13 2:30pm

That Awful Privacy-Killing CISPA Bill Is Coming Back to Haunt Us

We thought we killed all those awful, horrible destroy the Internet-type bills in SOPA, PIPA and CISPA. We might've been wrong. Like a zombie looking for human blood or a sore loser demanding a rematch, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger and Rep. Mike Rogers plan to re-introduce CISPA to the House later this year. » 2/07/13 10:00pm 2/07/13 10:00pm

White House Says President Obama Will Definitely Veto CISPA

President Obama has doubled down on his threat to veto the CISPA bill if it reaches his desk. He had previously threatened to veto the controversial bill, which has already passed the House and been amended, but the White House speaking up again means that the amendments aren't enough to save CISPA. Good. » 5/04/12 6:45pm 5/04/12 6:45pm