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CISPA lebih BAHAYA dari SOPA, ayo kita cermati

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  1. fear The FUR

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    PIPA+SOPA+ACTA = CISPA?

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    - Setelah masayarakat internet bernafas lega setelah masalah RUU SOPA dan PIPA, kini Kongres Amerika Serikat kembali dengan CISPA, yang konon membawa konsekuensi yang lebih ketat terhadap privasi Online dan kebebasan internet.

    Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) memungkinkan perusahaan untuk mengumpulkan informasi tentang orang dan memberikannya kepada pemerintah AS dengan dalih keamanan cyber.

    Masalah utama dari kebijakan ini adalah luasnya ruang lingkup yang memungkinkan perusahaan atau pemerintah untuk menyensor apa yang orang katakan.

    Jika benar CISPA dilaksanakan, maka bisa saja situs seperti Google, Facebook atau Twitter mencegat email atau pesan pribadi Anda dan mengirimkan salinannya ke tangan pemerintah AS serta mengubah isinya dengan dalih mencegah ancaman cyber crime.

    Seorang juru bicara pusat demokrasi dan teknologi yang berbasis di AS mengatakan, yang perlu menjadi perhatian adalah kenyataan bahwa CISPA sangat luas dan mencakup berbagai jenis informasi.

    Seperti yang dikutip dari Wikileaks Forum, Dia juga mengatakan bahwa RUU CISPA akan menjadi lubang besar dari semua hukum privasi yang ada dan dapat digunakan sebagai alat untuk penyadapan.

    RUU CISPA saat ini telah mendapat dukungan dari 100 lebih anggota perwakilan legislatif yang mendukung undang-undang kemanan cyber, tetapi mereka tidak memperhitungkan apa yang dilakukan pengguna internet sehari-hari.

    Masih harus dilihat apakah perusahaan besar internet dan pengguna dapat bersatu untuk mencegah lolosnya RUU CISPA. Jika CISPA lolos sebagai undang-undang, apakah ini tanda berakhirnya kebebasan berinternet? (IPABI Online/sidomi)


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    Why CISPA Could Do More Harm Than Good

    CISPA Is NOT The New SOPA, But It's Still Not Good


    Are you familiar with the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act? The bill, which is more commonly known as CISPA, is getting a considerable amount of criticism from both Internet and consumer advocates. Many of these groups are equating it with SOPA and are hoping that it will receive the same outcome.

    CISPA, and other cybersecurity bills, has recently become front and center as cyber threats have grown more prevalent. Numerous lawmakers are pushing for legislation in hopes of lessening the concerns.

    But, what would CISPA actually do? And, would it have the same impact that SOPA would have had? According to the bill itself, the goal is:
    “To provide for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat information between the intelligence community and cybersecurity entities, and for other purposes.”
    How do you feel about CISPA? Are you for or against it? Why or Why not? Please share.

    Aside from the Internet-related legislation, CISPA is not very similar to SOPA. CISPA is geared toward cybersecurity concerns and, primarily, the sharing of cyber threat information between the private sector and the government. SOPA, on the other hand, was focused on intellectual property and was pushed by the entertainment industry to address piracy issues.
    “The bills don’t have many similarities beyond the basic idea that they are both forms of government overreach,” Ryan Radia, the Associate Director of Technology Studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), told WebProNews.

    The reason, however, that so many have associated the bills with each other is due to the implications they would have. According to Radia, the basis of CISPA is well intentioned, but the wording of it is dangerous.

    As he explained to us, even though the bill has had multiple amendments, it is still too vague. The main controversy is in how “cyber threat information” would be interpreted and, also, what the government would do with it.
    “The information that you hand over to, say, Google, Facebook, Yahoo, etc., may have some nexus to a so-called cyber threat – that information could end up in the government’s hands not only for use in fighting off cyber attacks, but for use in, say, run of the mill criminal prosecutions,” said Radia.
    For instance, he told us that language such as “unauthorized access” could not only apply to hackers, but that it could also apply to users’ stretching the truth online. In other words, it could give the government access to Facebook users that lie about their age or to people that use their employer’s computers to watch YouTube videos.
    “Should lying about your age and weight on an online dating site be a federal crime?” asked Radia. “I don’t think so… this bill doesn’t make it a crime but gives government access to information that could relate to such crimes.”
    With this broad language, CISPA could drastically change all existing laws pertaining to criminal, civil, statutory, contractual, and various other cases. Although the government would not be able to use the information it receives for regulation purposes, Radia told us that CISPA would be a “prosecutor’s dream” since they could avoid obtaining court orders and other forms of red tape.

    As a result of these implications, privacy activists believe CISPA is a violation of consumer privacy rights. Radia agrees saying it poses “a very real risk to privacy.”
    “Under CISPA, we could see a whole host of information being shared with the government in ways that do represent a very real threat to privacy and that offend the basic 4th Amendment principle that we should be free from unreasonable searches,” said Radia.
    There are numerous petitions to stop CISPA, including one from Demand Progress and one from Avaaz. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has also been particularly outspoken about the harm CISPA would bring and even launched a campaign last week in protest of the bill. The EFF is hoping to give the government too much information in the form of its CongressTMI hashtag in order to “showcase the types of unnecessary private data that could be swept up under CISPA.”
    While these campaigns to stop CISPA are reminiscent of the Internet blackout in January in protest of SOPA, the Internet community has been less than active in regards to this latest piece of legislation. If you recall, almost every corner of the Internet had some form of protest from Reddit going dark to the Internet community creating memes in protest of SOPA.

    It’s not entirely clear if it’s due to apathy or just ignorance of the bill, but CISPA doesn’t face as much criticism from the Internet as a whole as SOPA did. The Avaaz petition, which is also referenced on Reddit’s front page, has over 700,000 signatures, but it pales in comparison to the anti-SOPA petition that received over 3 million signatures. It’s clear that many people just don’t see the same threat in CISPA that they did in SOPA.
    Incidentally, Tim Berners-Lee, who is one of the “fathers of the World Wide Web,” recently spoke to the Guardian and expressed his concern for CISPA.
    “[It] is threatening the rights of people in America, and effectively rights everywhere, because what happens in America tends to affect people all over the world. Even though the Sopa and Pipa acts were stopped by huge public outcry, it’s staggering how quickly the US government has come back with a new, different, threat to the rights of its citizens.”


    I cut, so please go here hxxp://www.webpronews.com/why-cispa-could-do-more-harm-than-good-2012-04#more


    The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on CISPA this week. On Digital Trends, Andrew Couts points out that, according to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s schedule, the House will begin debating CISPA on Thursday, April 26, and that a vote will happen no later than Friday afternoon.

    source: webpronews.com



    Could CISPA help reduce cyber threats, or is it a threat itself? Please share your thoughts.


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    Pasti bakalan lebih rame lagi nih dunia internet.. lama-lama, ada komunitas yang melawan PIPA+SOPA+ACTA = CISPA? ya.. mungkin para hacker dunia nantinya yang bakalan menyerang balik..
     
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    Pasti ada keyword inceran baru nih, "CISPA" :lol:
     
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    SEPATU masbroo.. sepakat n setoejoe :D
     
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    agan bisa aja,dikit2 jadi objekan,udah kek bemo aja nyari objekan dimana2,pisssss....:)
     
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    Setau ane SOPA itu untuk menghentikan piracy (pembajakan) sementara CISPA itu untuk meniadakan privacy kita, misalnya Pemerintah US akan dengan leluasa mencatat semua aktifitas kita tanpa ada yang bisa ngehalangin. jadi SOPA + CISPA menurut ane berbeda, cuma 2 RUU itu merugikan kebebasan berintenernt.

    just my $0.02
     
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    hadu... muncul lagi yang lebih buruk :nangis:
     
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    that's not SOPA+CISPA :) PIPA+SOPA+ACTA = CISPA? analisis kuat ada di webpronews site tsb
     
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    Ayo cepet bikin artikelnya mumpung persaingan masih dikit :lol:
    Maap OOT :D
     
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    sepakaaatt... CISPA oh CISPA dikau jadi keyword penghasil trepik qta bulan2 ini
     
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    jalanin aj deh bisnis online selama terus menghasilkan, pusing mikirin ini :D
     
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    lama-lama bisa kena ISPA nih ane :swt2:
     
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