What Obama’s Victory Means for Tech

Internet Freedom

Obama believes the United States ought to preserve the “fundamental integrity of the Internet as an open and transparent system.” He opposed the widely-despised anti-counterfeiting Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, on the grounds that it posed a risk to Internet freedom and online free speech. The White House later threatened to veto a controversial House-backed cybersecurity bill, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Information Act, or CISPA, on similar grounds. Read full post > What Obama’s Victory Means for Tech.

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