punkin&&1 Wrote: do not know how many of you heard about the Cybersecurity bill that was pushed through the Senate Finance Committee that could end privacy online from your private e-mail to text messages and more the name of the bill is Congress is S.754 or CISA Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act and it is a major end to privacy online if the Senate and House pass this CISA Cyber bill.Republicans pushing Cybersecurity bill that contains NSA spying and destroys the 4th amendment online.Just read about CISA from Wired http://www.wired.com/2015/03/cisa-security-bill-gets-f-security-spying/ to the Electronic Frontier Foundation https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2015/03/senate-intelligence-committee-advances-terrible-cybersecurity-bill-surveillance with petition https://act.eff.org/action/stop-the-cybersecurity-information-sharing-bills and you can see this Cybersecurity bill is bad news for online users.Similar to another Cybersecurity bill that failed in the House called CISPA, CISA will allow your ISP or Internet Service Provider without your knowledge or consent and regardless of Contract to hand your information over the the Federal Government and third parties to which NO ONE KNOWS WHO THESE THIRD PARTIES ARE? Your ISP will give your information to the Government, State and Local police and that includes private e-mails, text messages, online purchases with FULL Credit Card numbers, Financial information, webpage visits and your ISP will being given immunity from lawsuits and even a Freedom of Information Act under CISA is illegal. Plus NSA Spying is included IN CISA and after the Edward Snowden revelations you would think the Senate would not go the NSA route when it comes to Cybersecurity. Well CISA allows NSA to have LEGAL spying and that is just wrong. http://gizmodo.com/cisa-bill-promises-safety-but-actually-expands-governm-1692675523have already signed petitions like this one http://www.cispaisback.org/ and called my Senators and I encourage others to do so too https://www.opencongress.org/people/zipcodelookupHopefully President Obama VETO'S CISA S.754. However with Republicans in charge and some moderate Democrats like Senator Manchin of West Verginia, I only hope there is enough people who put pressure on the Democrat Senators to respect privacy and vote NO to CISA. Please help call your Senators today.