like Ken Wisnefski, the “Internet marketing” expert who tried to defend SOPA
and CISPA in a Post op-ed this week, believe selling our right to privacy for a fake sense of security is a fair trade—even when none of the examples he
gives in defense of these bills would be solved by making
be honest, Ken. SOPA and CISPA aren’t about stopping online “attacks,”
fighting identity theft, or disgruntled customers from making mock sites about your company, a perfectly legal response to your bad service. SOPA and CISPA are about people who want to control what they
don’t understand, stifling creativity, censoring information and obliterating
the Fourth Amendment online.
time to thank Ken for strengthening our resolve to take down CISPA and all
bills like it. Join us in responding to his op-ed, and let him know what the
online community thinks of his "informed" opinion now!KEN
Thank you for your op-ed on SOPA, PIPA and CISPA in the Washington
Post. Your complete ignorance about these laws, your limited understanding of
their reach, and your complete disregard for our civil liberties have
strengthened our response to oppose these cyber security bills no matter what.
Consider your mission accomplished: we will never stop exposing how the
illusion of security allows the government to rob us of our rights again and again.