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Our Privacy is in Jeopardy

This week, Congress is set to take up another so-called "cybersecurity" bill, H.R. 3523, the "Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011" (CISPA). And this time, many of those who joined us to stop SOPA and PIPA are supporting this legislation. So only the immediate action of you and your fellow C4L members can […]


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Special Announcement

Campaign for Liberty is proud to announce that the second annual Liberty Political Action Conference (LPAC) is on the way, and this year's edition will come to the East Coast! LPAC 2012 will be held in Chantilly, Va at the Westfields Marriott on September 13-15. Visit www.lpac.com to purchase tickets and get more information (basic […]


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Liberty NewsWire: April 23, 2012

In a lawsuit against three Indiana government officials, a labor union alleged on Wednesday that its constitutional rights under the Thirteenth Ammendment— which outlawed “slavery” and “involuntary servitude” — are violated whenever its members are forced to work alongside nonunion employees. Mackinac Center for Public Policy senior legal analyst Patrick Wright said on Friday that the union’s […]


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Stop CISPA!

The next great threat to Americans' privacy has now emerged in a new so-called "cybersecurity" bill.  H.R. 3523, the "Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011" or CISPA, is set to see floor action next week in the House of Representatives. I'd encourage everyone to contact their representative immediately at 202-224-3121 and urge them […]


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Liberty NewsWire Friday, April 20th, 2012

One of the big concerns we've had over politicians trying to regulate technology, is how gleefully ignorant they often seem to be about the technology they seek to regulate. It's no different with the cybersecurity bill CISPA. We've been asking for months for some actual evidence that shows that we really need a cybersecurity bill, […]


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