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Transcript of SOCIAL MEDIA

Darius Smith, Denisse Gardella, Jorge Rodriguez,
Leilani Osei-Tutu, Megin Bannes, Taylor Maiava


What is CISPA?
Evidence 1
Evidence 2
Evidence 3

Our Interest in CISPA
How does CISPA relate to Social Media?
How does CISPA relate to privacy?
Our Message

With CISPA, the Government would have total control over our Social Media and would have the power to use our social media accounts against us.

They would have the right to go through everyone's social media accounts without us approving it.

Anything that we may post online can be seen as a "threat" by the Government, so with CISPA our freedom of speech is dead.
What CISPA basically does is take our privacy away by allowing the Government to see all of our private information.

CISPA will allow the Government to basically build a database about everything we do online. They will have complete access to every email we send and receive, every tweet, every post, even personal data like health records and financial information.

Our private information is ours and ours only!

Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act
also known as
is a bill passed by the House of Representatives. .

CISPA is a cybersecurity bill created to help protect networks from cybersecurity threats (hackers & viruses).

CISPA grants corporations the right to share personal information (emails, messages, and any online data) with the U.S. government
without a warrant
. Meaning the government can now access and see everything we do online without probable cause.

We are interested in CISPA because if CISPA is ratified, corporations (Twitter, Google, Facebook, etc.) would be given the authority to give the Government any internet user's private information without a warrant and without the people's consent.

In other words, we would loose our online privacy and our constitutional rights since this law would allow the Government to spy on America's citizens.
America is the country of freedom, yet CISPA will take away our freedom.

Ratifying CISPA is a step forward to abolishing all of our rights as American citizens.
People we reach out to:

What are we trying to do?
We are trying to inform the public about the dangers of CISPA.
We want the people to realize that all CISPA will do is take way our rights.
We want to
CISPA and keep our freedom!
CISPA is unconstitutional because it violates our rights as American citizens.
"The 4th Amendment"
We live in a world where the internet plays a vital role in our lives. From sharing what's going on in our lives to managing a business, the Internet is our way to connect with the world and we must protect it. If CISPA is ratified, our rights as American Citizens will be shredded! We can't allow the Government to get hold of our private information and we can't allow the Government to violate our rights. Therefore, we must all join the movement and help
What does the public think about CISPA?
What does the public think about CISPA?
What does the public think about CISPA?
The 4th Amendment of the Constitution protects civilians from unreasonable searches and seizures and states that a warrant must be needed in order to be searched.
- CISPA is unconstitutional because it allows the Government to have access to personal online information without a warrant, so by ratifying CISPA, the Government would be taking away our rights given by the 4th Amendment

- For a warrant to take effect, law enforcement must perform what is called a search and seizure. This is where Government officials, as stated in the 4th Amendment, must have a reasonable cause to begin a search.
"Cybersecurity Legislation Must Not Violate Americans' Right to Privacy"
CISPA’s terms are too broad and this enhance in cybersecurity will greatly destroy our privacy.
- The law is broad and does not explain the standards of “cyberthreat information”. CISPA
lacks a framework that establishes what kind of information can be collected by
corporations to give to the government, so our private data that has nothing to do with
cyberthreats can be given to the Government.

- CISPA authorizes all of our information, whether cyberhtreat related or not, to be given to
the Government allowing the abuse of our information and the violation of our rights.
This means that all of our internet activity can be now accessed by the Government
allowing the Government to make serious decisions about individuals based on that
internet activity.
What does the public think about CISPA?
"The 1st Amendment"
The 1st Amendment protects several basic rights such as freedom of religion, press, SPEECH, petition, and assembly.
- As Americans, we are all protected by the 1st Amendment. We all have the freedom to say whatever we want, this also includes the internet. However, CISPA violates the 1st Amendment. CISPA will allow the Government to spy on us and keep track of everything we do and say online. This basically means that everything we do and say online will be held against us and we will no longer have our freedom of speech.

- With CISPA we wont be able to express ourselves online because the Government will be allowed to get hold of all of our online activity and pull out every single little thing that may be a threat. So now we wont be able to speak our minds and have our freedom of speech in fear that the Government will be monitoring us and using our internet activity against us.
Why did we choose Twitter?

Why did we choose Facebook?

Why did we choose Instagram?

Why did we use flyers as our print media?

Print Media
Social Media
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