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Vote No on the Cybersecurity Act of 2009

133 Signatures Goal: 250

We, the people of the United States of America demand that our elected Representatives vote no on the Cybersecurity Act of 2009. This Act will result in an invasion of privacy and gives the federal government further undue power over private American citizens. We are a free nation and the Cybersecurity Act infringes upon our right to remain free. The specific sections of the act that are in violation of the Constitution are as follows: SEC. 14. PUBLIC-PRIVATE CLEARINGHOUSE. (a) DESIGNATION- The Department of Commerce shall serve as the clearinghouse of cybersecurity threat and vulnerability information to Federal Government and private sector owned critical infrastructure information systems and networks. and SEC. 18. CYBERSECURITY RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY. The President-- (1) within 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, shall develop and implement a comprehensive national cybersecurity strategy, which shall include-- (A) a long-term vision of the Nations cybersecurity future; and (B) a plan that encompasses all aspects of national security, including the participation of the private sector, including critical infrastructure operators and managers; We, the people will not stand for this all encompassing legislation to be passed into law. Respectfully, The Undersigned

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The 912 Project Jacksonville, FL

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133

Signatures

  • 7 years ago
    fbijplbv Latvia
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    moolrt Latvia
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    carl witherspoon United States
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    Carl Brooks Venters United States
    7 years ago
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    Alan Ditmore United States
    7 years ago
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    John Muscato Jr United States
    8 years ago
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    Debbie McKee United States
    8 years ago
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    Debbie Mapes United States
    8 years ago
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    Dorothy Beam United States
    8 years ago
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    Kathryn Mitchell United States
    8 years ago
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    Marianne United States
    8 years ago
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    Kevin McCreary United States
    8 years ago
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    Mary Desloge United States
    8 years ago
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    Patricia Hartley United States
    8 years ago
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    mary wood United States
    8 years ago
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