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[liberationtech] Op-Ed on CISA from Startup perspective

Farieha Aziz farieha at bolobhi.org
Fri Oct 30 18:32:26 PDT 2015


Elissa,

Thank you for sharing this. What you say in the op-ed is so strikingly
similar to the concerns and issues we've been raising about the
government's proposed cybercrime bill in Pakistan. We've fought to keep it
from being passed by the assembly without it first being significantly
amended after input by rights and business organizations - if not
completely revisited.

For those interested, have a look at:
http://bolobhi.org/resources/press-kit/pecb2015-the-story-so-far/

Legislators (members of opposition parties in Pakistan) have been
incredibly supportive and vowed they will not let the bill pass in its
current form. I have yet to catch up on the status of CISA. But are there
voices in the Senate and Congress raising the same concerns you have
raised, or on behalf of rights organizations/businesses?

Farieha
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On 30 Oct 2015 17:33, "Elissa Shevinsky" <elissa at jekudo.com> wrote:

> I wrote this op-ed about CISA, in the hopes that it's
> useful in the upcoming battles to moderate or kill the bill.
>
>
> http://mic.com/articles/127718/why-tech-ceo-elissa-shevinsky-of-jekudo-privacy-and-secretcon-hates-cisa
>
> Working on a second op-ed now.
> Please do let me know if there are important points that you would
> like to see addressed.
>
> Thanks,
> Elissa
>
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> CEO of JeKuDo Privacy Company
> Organizer, SecretCon
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