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The George W Bush Presidential Library opened today. Is it time to look back at Bush's legacy? Early voting for the toll issue has started. How are the anti-toll advocates misleading people? What new information has popped up? Are Jefferson Parish officials purposefully supressing the vote?
And CISPA came up for a vote this week and it flew through the House. Does it stand a chance of becoming law? Is the law needed for our security or an overreaching governmental attack on our civil liberties.
Those topics and more tonight on Liberal Dan Radio, talk from the left, that's right.
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The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 or CISA is expected to pass in the house tomorrow, October 27, 2015. The legislation claims to help with cybersecurity, but critics say otherwise.
The bill is a reincarnation of SOPA and CISPA, which were previous failed attempts to pass similar legislation.
CISA puts the department of homeland security in charge of massive data collection powers and provides legal immunity to corporations who share user data with the government. The law also allows DHS to share any data it captures through private sector sharing with any federal agency and even contractors.
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When news first surfaced of a hacking data attack on Sony, the FBI reported that North Korea was responsible. However, both tech experts and everyday Americans found some rather large holes in the official narrative.
The supposed hackers threatened to cause physical terrorism if Sony proceeded with its release of the movie, The Interview.
Following much hype and speculation over the hack, Sony decided to release the film in select theaters and online outlet. (By the way, I watched the movie and it's awful.)
On Christmas day, a supposed different group of hackers took down gaming networks that affected Playstation and Xbox users, among others. Credit card data was exposed and the networks were inoperable for a day. On the same day, another publication warned that 2015 would be the year of the hospital hack.
No matter who is actually behind these attacks, we can look at history and realize that crises like these will be used to advance agendas. We have already heard from Dianne Feinstein and John McCain who have announced CISPA type legislation must be a top priority for 2015. They claim they want to secure the internet. The real goal is quite different.
Watch the report to learn more about what's ahead as data breaches like these continue.
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Patriot's Rising-30 Minutes to Midnight(Eastern Time). Tonight we look at CISPA and help you to learn the easiest ways to contact your Senators and Congressmen. Once you learn this your representatives will be no farther away than you keyboard. Additionally we will disctuss the implications of CISPA and how it will close down the freedom of speech we have on the internet and give over all the private information on our computers and in our facebook accounts to any petty cop or bureaucrat that wants it. What can you do to fight it? Plenty! If they listen. There is big corporate money behind CISPA and many of those corporations stand to get billions in government contracts if they can buy the Senate and push it through (the House already passed it so it is our last chance.) As part of this we will look at some of the writings of Jefferson and Thomas Paine in light of CISPA and the Boston Bombing/Lockdown (Undeclared Martial Law) of Eastern Mass and Connecticut and see if any of their writings are relevant to the situation. Finally, if there is time we will discuss a controversial New York Times article about Our Government/FBI executing "terrorist attacks" - the article alleges 100 in the past 16 years. Does that have anything to do with the Boston Bombing? Lets hope not.
Dan has a military & intelligence background that included counter-espionage, subversion, international narcotics trafficking, and terrorism. With his combination of experience he brings a unique insight into the writings of the founding fathers and broadens our thinking on liberty, America & current events.
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Chapter 1: Supreme Court Rejects Suit Against Corporation for Human Rights Abuses Abroad
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that activists could not sue Shell Oil in domestic courts for human rights abuses that occurred abroad. We talk to Carey D’Avino, a Partner at Eaton & Van Winkle LLP, who represented the plaintiffs.
Chapter 2: Mark Sanford and the South Carolina Congress Race
Mark Sanford is not having a good week. First his wife accused him of trespassing. Then – and presumably as a result – the national party pulled support for his Congressional candidacy. We talk to Corey Hutchins, Reporter at the Columbia Free Times in Columbia, S.C.
Chapter 3: Senate Passes CISPA, Opponents Cite Privacy Issues
The U.S. Senate passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, designed to allow the federal government to obtain Internet traffic information from We talk to Rainey Reitman, Activism Director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation Activism Director.
Chapter 4: Obama Loses Major Legacy Goal in Gun Bill Defeat
The president lost a signature piece of legislation when the U.S. Senate killed an expansion of background checks yesterday, perhaps even a significant piece of his second-term legacy. The White House, however, seems galvanized to move forward with controversial immigration reform. We talk to Jennifer Epstein, White House Reporter for POLITICO.
Just becsue the online privacy act has hit a barrier in the senate, DOES NOT MEAN you can go about your business and forget all about it.
these things have that tendency to come back at a later date, different name same aim.
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Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
1st set: So much has been hashed and rehashed about the Boston bombings, yet the younger brother's own words tell it all. Ernest talks about that.
2nd set: CISPA is a dangerous law trying to pass through the house that would allow the government and other companies to openly spy on your personal information online. ALL of your personal browsing history, cloud storage documents, and more. The 4th Amendment is almost dead. Learn more about all of that tonight.
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Who done it?
At the same time President Obama delivered a speech on cyber security and consumer cyber protection, the Twitter and YouTube accounts of US Central Command were compromised.
The media reported that the culprit was ISIS or ISIS sympathizers. For about 40 minutes, the US CENTCOM social media pages were littered with ISIS propaganda that included threats to soldiers and their families.
Following the Sony data hack, certain legislators have pushed to renew CISPA, or similar "cyber security" legislation.
Is the timing of this most recent incident purely coincidental?
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Should there be limits to free speech?
Only weeks after the demonstrations in support of freedom of expression for Charlie Hebdo, a French court has convicted three individuals for posting homophobic tweets.
The hashtag used in the tweets was "let's burn the gays." While there is no argument that the language is offensive and disgusting, should we begin placing limitations on free speech to exclude remarks of this type?
If so, who decides what the line for what qualifies as offensive and illegal?
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