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Will bill give Obama control of Internet?

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Will bill give Obama control of Internet?

Mensaje por freedom of expression el Lun Abr 06, 2009 4:28 pm

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Will bill give Obama control of Internet?



Proposed new powers called 'drastic federal intervention'


By Drew Zahn




© 2009 WorldNetDaily








Sen. John "Jay" Rockefeller, D-W.V.

A pair of bills introduced in the U.S. Senate would grant the White
House sweeping new powers to access private online data, regulate the
cybersecurity industry and even shut down Internet traffic during a
declared "cyber emergency."
Senate bills No. 773 and 778, introduced by Sen. Jay
Rockefeller, D-W.V., are both part of what's being called the
Cybersecurity Act of 2009, which would create a new Office of the
National Cybersecurity Advisor, reportable directly to the president
and charged with defending the country from cyber attack.
A working draft of the legislation
obtained by an Internet privacy group also spells out plans to grant
the Secretary of Commerce access to all privately owned information [color:7b3a=blue ! important][color:7b3a=blue ! important]networks
deemed to be critical to the nation's infrastructure "without regard to
any provision of law, regulation, rule or policy restricting such
access."
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how major corporations and government are planning to track your every
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Privacy advocates and [color:7b3a=blue ! important][color:7b3a=blue ! important]Internet experts have been quick to sound the alarm over the act's broadly drawn government powers.
"The cybersecurity threat is real," says Leslie Harris, president of the Center for Democracy and Technology,
which obtained the draft of S.773, "but such a drastic federal
intervention in private communications technology and networks could
harm both security and privacy."
"The whole thing smells bad to me," writes Larry Seltzer in
eWeek, an Internet and print news source on technology issues. "I don't
like the chances of the government improving this situation by taking
it over generally, and I definitely don't like the idea of politicizing
this authority by putting it in the direct control of the president."

According to a Senate document explaining the bill,
the legislation "addresses our country's unacceptable vulnerability to
massive cyber crime, global cyber espionage and cyber attacks that
could cripple our critical infrastructure." In a statement explaining the bill's introduction, Sen.
Rockefeller said, "We must protect our critical infrastructure at all
costs – from our water to our electricity, to banking, traffic lights
and electronic health records – the list goes on."
Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, who is co-sponsoring the bill,
added, "If we fail to take swift action, we, regrettably, risk a
cyber-Katrina."
Critics, however, have pointed to three actions Rockefeller and
Snowe propose that may violate both privacy concerns and even
constitutional bounds:
First, the White House, through the national cybersecurity
advisor, shall have the authority to disconnect "critical
infrastructure" networks from the Internet – including private
citizens' banks and health records, if Rockefeller's examples are
accurate – if they are found to be at risk of cyber attack. The working
copy of the bill, however, does not define what constitutes a
cybersecurity emergency, and apparently leaves the question to the
discretion of the president.
Second, the bill establishes the Department of Commerce as "the
clearinghouse of cybersecurity threat and vulnerability information,"
including the monitoring of private information networks deemed a part
of the "critical infrastructure."
Third, the legislation proposes implementation of a
professional licensing program for certifying who can serve as a
cybersecurity professional.
And while the critics concede the need for increased security,
they object to what is perceived as a dangerous and intrusive expansion
of government power.
"There are some problems that we face which need the weight of
government behind them," writes Seltzer in eWeek. "This is not the same
as creating a new federal bureaucracy setting rules over what computer
security has to be and who can do it."
"It's an incredibly broad authority," CDT senior counsel Greg
Nojeim told the Mother Jones news website, troubled that existing
privacy laws "could fall to this authority." Jennifer Granick, civil liberties director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told Mother Jones the bill is "contrary to what the Constitution promises us."
According to Granick, granting the Department of Commerce
oversight of the "critical" networks, such as banking records, would
grant the government access to potentially incriminating information
obtained without cause or warrant, a violation of the Constitution's
prohibition against unlawful search and seizure.
"What are the critical infrastructure networks? The examples
provided are 'banking, utilities, air/rail/auto traffic control,
telecommunications.' Let's think about this," writes Seltzer. "I'm
especially curious as to how you take the telecommunications networks
off of the Internet when they are, in large part, what the Internet is
comprised of. And if my bank were taken offline, I would think about
going into my branch and asking for all of my deposits in cash."
S. 778, which would establish the Office of the National
Security Advisor, and S. 773, which provides for developing a cadre of
governmental cybersecurity specialists and procedures, have both been
read twice and referred to committee in the Senate.

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retorno de los panteras negras a la havana

Mensaje por raptor f/22 el Miér Abr 08, 2009 12:04 pm

recientemente 3 congresistas negros se supone se reunieron con un supuesto fidel castro
que casualidad tre negros y dos de ellos ex panteras negras
decia mi abuela dios los cria y el diablo los reune
lo que no tengo claro quien ahora es el verdadero diablo.
logre sobrevivir los dos periodos del VIL CLINTON,lo lograre con el PEO?
Cuado hay un TEA PARTY en miami ?

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Re: Will bill give Obama control of Internet?

Mensaje por Julio Ramos el Miér Abr 08, 2009 10:19 pm

tres asqueroso comunistas.

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