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CISPA Supporters List: 800+ Companies That Could Help Uncle Sam Snag Your Data
http://newsworldwide.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/cispa-supporters-list-800-companies-that-could-help-uncle-sam-snag-your-data/

As the campaign against the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) heats up, it’s important for the opposition movement to understand just how many companies directly or indirectly support the legislation (i.e. through a trade group). Here, the complete list of CISPA supporters.

During the week of April 23, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA). And starting on Monday, a variety of organizations, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Democracy and Technology, The Constitution Project, Demand Progress, Engine Advocacy, Fight for the Future, Free Press, Reporters Without Borders, Techdirt, and TechFreedom plan to launch a “week of action” campaign against CISPA, a bill they believe remains dangerously broad in its language, which could result in abuse by the government, and damages to our civil liberties.

While many are comparing CISPA to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), the two bills are entirely different for a number of reasons. First, CISPA is a cybersecurity bill that pertains to the sharing of information between the government and private companies. SOPA was an anti-piracy bill that sought to block access to “foreign rogue” websites that illegally distributed copyrighted material. Second, SOPA was opposed by many of the technology and Internet industry’s biggest players. CISPA, on the other hand, effectively has the support of hundreds of technology and Internet companies — a key difference that could drastically affect whether the anti-CISPA crowd can successfully block passage of the bill.

To give you a full picture of just how much political firepower the CISPA has in Congress, we’ve listed most, if not all, of the companies and organizations that have voiced either direct support for CISPA (by writing a letter, or otherwise expressing support for this specific bill), or indirect support through the direct support of a trade group. The organizations or companies listed in bold have voiced direct support. Those companies not in bold have not necessarily given direct support (though quite a few have), but have supported the bill through the trade group, which is listed in bold. The links go to the .pdf files of the letters the company sent to the House Intelligence Committee to express their support of CISPA.

As you can see, the list of CISPA supporters is massive, and should give anyone who thinks this will be an easy political fight a dose of reality. Not that CISPA can’t be stopped but, well, scroll down and you’ll see what we mean.

AT&T
Boeing
BSA
Business Roundtable
A.O. Smith
ABB Inc. USA
Abbott
Accenture pic
ACE Limited
AES
Aetena, Inc.
AGCO
AK Steel
Alcoa Inc.
Allstate
Altec, Inc.
American Electric Power Company, Inc.
American Express
Amerigroup
Ameriprise Financial
Amgen, Inc.
Anadarko Petroleum
Apache Corp.
Arch Coal, Inc.
AT&T
Automatic Data Processing
Avery Dennison
Avis Budget Group
Ball Corp.
Bank of America
Barclays PLC
Bausch + Lomb
Bayer AG
Bechtel Group, Inc.
BlackRock, Inc.
Blackstone Group
BNSF Railway
Boeing
BorgWarner, Inc.
C.V. Starr & Co., Inc.
CA Technologies
Caesars Entertainment
Campbell Soup Company
Cardinal Health, Inc.
Case New Holland Inc.
Caterpillar Inc.
CBRE Group, Inc.
CF Industries
CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd.
Charles Shwab
Chesapeake Energy
Chevron
Chrysler Group LLC
CIGNA
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Citigroup, Inc.
Coca-Cola
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Comcast
Computer Sciences Corporation
ConocoPhillips
Convergys Corporation
Cooper Industries PLC
Corning Inc.
Covidien pic
Crane Co.
CSX
Cummins Inc.
CVS Caremark
Danaher Corp.
Darden Restaruants, Inc.
DaVita Inc.
Deere & Company
Dell
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
DIRECTV
Dominion Resources
Dow Chemical
Duke Energy
DuPont
Eastman Chemical
Eaton Corp.
Edison International
Eli Lilly and Company
EMC Corp.
Ernst & Young
Exelis Inc.
Express Scripts
Exxon Mobil
FedEx
First Solar, Inc.
Fluor Corp.
FMC Corp.
Ford Motor Company
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.
Frontier Communications
Gannet Co., Inc.
General Electric
General Mills
General Motors
Goldman Sachs Group
Goodrich
Grainger
Hanes Brands Inc.
Harman International Industries
Harris Corp.
Hartford Financial Services Group
Hasbro, Inc.
Hertz
Hess Corp.
Honeywell International, Inc.
HSBC – North America
Humana Inc.
INgersol-Rand PLC
Intel
IBM
International Paper Company
Interpublic Group
ITC Holdings
ITT Corp.
Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls, Inc.
JPMorgan Chase
Kelly Services, Inc.
Kindred Healthcare
KPMG LLP
Liberty Mutual
Liz Claiborne
Macy’s
Marathon Oil
MassMutual Financial
MasterCard
McDermott International
McGraw-Hill
McKesson Corp.
Medtronic, Inc.
Merck & Co., Inc.
Meredith Corp.
Meritor, Inc.
MetLife, Inc.
Microsoft
Motorola Mobility
Motorola Solutions
NASDAQ OMX
National Gypsum Company
Navistar
New York Life Insurance
NextEra Energy
Norfolk Southern Corp.
Northrop Grumman Corp.
Nucor Corp.
Ownes Corning
Peabody Energy Corp.
PepsiCo
Peter Kiewit Sons’, Inc.
Pfizer
Praxair, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Principal Financial Group
Proctor & Gamble
Prudential Financial
Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc.
Qualcomm
R.R. Donnelley & Sons
Realogy Corp.
Rockwell Automation, Inc
Rockwell Collins, Inc.
Ryder Systems, Inc.
Sanofi-Aventis
SAP
SAS Institute Inc.
Sealed Air Corp.
Shell Oil Company
Siemens
Simon Property Group, Inc.
Southern Company
Stanley Black & Decker
State Farm
Suffolk Construction Company, Inc.
SunGuard
Target
Telephone and Data Systems
Tenet Healthcare Corp.
Tenneco, Inc.
Texas Instruments
Textron Inc.
The Brink’s Company
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
Time Warner Cable
Tishman Speyer Properties, L.P.
Travelers Companies
Tyco International
Union Pacific Corp.
UPS
United Technologies Corp.
UnitedHealth Group, Inc.
Universal Health Services, Inc.
Verizon
Viacom
Visa
Wal-Mart
WellCare Health Plans, Inc.
WellPoint, Inc.
WESCO International, Inc.
Western & Southern Financial Group
Weyerhaeuser Company
Whirlpool Corp.
Williams Companies
Windstream Corp.
WL Ross & Co. LLC
World Fuel Services Corp.
Wyndham Worldwide Corp.
Xerox
Yahoo!
CSC
COMPTEL
CTIA – The Wireless Association
Allied Wireless Communications Corporation
Aloha Partners II, L.P.
AT&T
Barat Wireless, L.P.
Bluegrass Cellular, Inc.
Carolina West Wireless
Cavalier Wireless, LLC
Cellcom
Cellular Properties Inc, dba Cellular One
Clearwire Corporation
Cox Communications, Inc
DoCoMo Pacific, Inc.
East Kentucky Network LLC dba Appalachian Wireless
GCI Communication Corp.
GreatCall, Inc.
Leap Wireless
LightSquared
Mohave Wireless
MTA Wireless
MTS Communications, Inc.
Nex-Tech Wireless
NTELOS, Inc.
Pioneer/Enid Cellular
Smith Bagley, Inc. DBA Cellular One of N.E. AZ
SouthernLINC Wireless
SpectrumCo, LLC
Sprint Nextel Corporation
Stelera Wireless, L.L.C.
TerreStar Network Services, Inc
T-Mobile USA
TracFone Wireless, Inc
U.S. Cellular
Union Telephone Company
Verizon Wireless
Vitelcom Cellular, Inc. d/b/a Innovative Wireless
Westlink Communications, Inc.
3Cinteractive
Access Telecom, Inc.
AirCell, Inc.
Alcatel-Lucent
AMGOO
Anritsu Company
AnyDATA, Inc
Apple Inc
Assurant Solutions
Asurion
BilltoMobile
BlueAnt Wireless
Bluetest AB
Bravo Tech Inc.
Brightstar Corporation
Bytemobile, Inc.
CBS Interactive
Cequint, Inc.
Cibernet
Cisco, Inc.
ClearSky Technologies, Inc.
CNN Mobile
DBSD North America, Inc.
Disney Mobile
EMC Test Systems, L.P., (ETS-Lindgren)
Ericsson, Inc.
eSecuritel Holdings, LLC
FiberTower Corporation
Finsphere Corporation
Frontline Test Equipment
Garmin
GOGII, Inc.
Good Technology
Google Inc
GroupMe, Inc.
Harris Information Technology Services
HEAD acoustics GmbH
HTC America, Inc.
Huawei Technologies USA Inc
HyperCube LLC
IDI Billing Solutions
Inmar
Inteliquent
Interop Technologies
Intrado, Inc
Intuit
kgb
Kore Telematics Inc.
LG Electronics MobileComm USA, Inc.
LOC-AID Technologies, Inc
M Seven System
Major League Baseball, Advanced Media, L.P.
MapInfo Corporation
Medio Systems, Inc
MI Technologies
Microsemi Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Mobile Messenger
Mobile Posse, Inc.
Motorola Mobility, Inc.
Motricity
Movius Interactive Corporation
National Analysis Center, Inc
NBCUniversal Digital Networks
NeuStar, Inc.
NextG Networks, Inc
Nokia, Inc.
Numerex Corp
OnStar
OpenMarket
Openwave Systems
Opticon, Inc.
Panasonic Solutions Company
Paratek Microwave, Inc.
PaymentOne Corporation
PCTest Engineering
Personal Communications Devices, LLC (PCD)
Petra Industries, Inc.
Plantronics Inc
Plum Mobile
PPC
Qualcomm, Inc.
Quality One Wireless, LLC
QuickPlay Media Inc.
RealNetworks
Recellular, Inc.
RemoteMDx Inc.
Research In Motion
Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P.
Sasken Communication Technologies Limited
SEQUANS Communication
SGS US Testing Company, Inc.
Single Touch Interactive, Inc.
Smartcomm LLC
SMC Networks Inc.
Smith Micro Software, Inc.
Snackable Media
Southwire Company
StreamWIDE, Inc.
Sybase, Inc
Syniverse Technologies
Taqua, LLC
TARGUSinfo
TeleCommunication Systems, Inc
Telefonica Internacional USA, Inc.
The Howland Company, Inc
The NPD Group
The Weather Channel
Transaction Network Services
Tri-L Solutions, Inc.
TSB PLUS DEAL, Corp d/b/a EYO AMERICA
Vibes Media
WMC Global
Zipwhip, Inc.
Zong, Inc
Zoove Corp.
7 layers
AccuWeather, Inc.
Agilent Technologies
Alaska Communications Systems
American Roamer Company, Inc.
AT4 Wireless
ATC Logistics & Electronics
Audience, Inc.
Azimuth Systems, Inc
Bechtel Telecommunications
BeQuick Software
Bloomberg Government
Bluetooth SIG
Boingo Wireless, Inc.
Boku, Inc.
BOX
Bragg Communications DBA Eastlink Wireless
Brightpoint, Inc.
Broadcom Corporation
Bureau Veritas ADT
Capital Telecom, LLC
Caterpillar
CDMA Development Group
Cellairis.com
Cenoplex, Inc.
CETECOM
CExchange, LLC
China Telecommunication Technology Labs (CTTL)
Ciena Corporation
Cloudmark, Inc.
Commscope
Compliance Certification Services
comScore
ComSource, Inc
Corning Cable Systems
CT Miami LLC
CWG LLC (Communications Wireless Group)
Dell Inc.
Deloitte & Touche, LLP.
Dolby
Elektrobit System Test Ltd.
ETAK Systems, Inc.
Fibrebond Corporation
Ford Motor Company
GENERAC Power Systems, Inc.
GetJar
Hyper Taiwan Technology, Inc.
Incipio
Ingram Micro
Intec Billing Inc.
Intel Corporation
Intertek
iQmetrix
Jumptap, Inc.
Juniper Networks
Kathrein Inc. Scala Division
KGP Logistics
Kyocera Communications, Inc.
Lenco Mobile Inc.
Lenovo Inc.
Malsha LLC
Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
mBlox, Inc.
Metrico Wireless
Millennial Media
Mobileistic
MobiTV, Inc
Multi-Tech Systems, Inc.
National Electronics
NEC Corporation of America
New Retail Solutions
NEXPRO International, LLC
Novatel Wireless
NTT DoCoMo USA, Inc.
Offwire
Omnilert, LLC
Oracle Corporation
Palm, Inc
Plateau Telecommunications
Powermat
Protect Cell
Qmadix
Qualcomm Q-Lab
Radio Frequency Systems
RBC Capital Markets, LLC
Rohde & Schwarz
Sabre Industries, Inc.
SATIMO
SETAR-Servicio Di Telecomunicacion
Sierra Wireless
Simplexity LLC
Smart Synch
Sony Corporation of America
SPEAG (Schmid & Partner Eng. AG)
Spirent Communications
Sporton International Inc.
Stargreetz
Strategy Analytics, Inc.
Superior Communications
Symantec Corporation
Synchronoss Technologies
Talley, Inc
TCT Mobile Inc.
TECORE, Inc.
TEKELEC
Telecom Expert Group, LLC
Telecom. Metrology Center/Ministry of Information
Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA)
TELUS Communications Company
Texas Instruments, Inc.
The Management Network Group, Inc. (TMNG)
The Washington Post
TUV Rheinland Group
Twilio, Inc.
Unnecto/Parktel USA
Valor Communication Inc.
Ventus
VoltDelta/LSSi
W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.
Wiley Rein LLP
Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
Wireless One, Inc.
Xentris, LLC
ZAGG Inc.
ZTE Corporation
Cyber, Space & Intelligence Association – Ed. Note: There is no information about this organization, what it is, what it does, or who its members are. We are looking into the matter further.
Edison Electric
EMC
Exelon
Facebook
The Financial Services Roundtable
AEGON USA, Inc
Affiliated Managers Group, Inc.
Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North America
Allstate
Ally Financial, Inc.
American Honda Finance Corp.
Ameriprise Financial, Inc.
Ares Capital Corp.
Associated Banc-Corp
Assurant, Inc.
Aviva USA
AXA Financial, Inc.
BankcorpSouth, Inc.
BancWest Corp.
Bank of America
Bank of Hawaii
The BNY Mellon Corp.
Barclays Capital, Inc.
BB&T Corp.
BBVA Compass
BlackRock, Inc.
BMO Financial Corp.
Brown & Brown Insurance
Capital One
Caterpillar Financial Services Corp.
Charles Schwab
The Chubb Corp.
CIT group, Inc.
Citigroup, Inc.
City National Corporation
Comerica Incorporated
Commerce Bancshares, Inc.
Discover Financial Services
Edward Jones
E*Trade
Fidelity Investments
Fifth Third Bankcorp
First Horizon National Corp.
First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.
Ford Motor Credit Company
Fulton Financial Corp.
General Electric
Genworth Financial
Hancock Holding Company
The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.
The Hartford
HSBC North America
Huntington Bancshares, Inc.
ING
John Deere Financial Serivces
Jon Hancock Financial Services
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KeyCorp
Liberty Mutual
Lincoln National Corp.
LPL Financial
M&T Bank
MasterCard
Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co.
Nationwide
New York Life Insurance Co.
People’s United Bank
The PMI Group, Inc.
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Popular, Inc.
Principal Financial Group
The Private Bank
Protective Life Corp.
Prudential Financial Inc.
Putnam Investments
Raymond James Financial, Inc.
RBC Bank, USA
RBS Americas
Regions Financial Corporation
RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Sallie Mae, Inc
Sovereign
State Farm Insurance
State Street Corp.
SunTrust Banks, Inc.
Swiss Reinsurance America Corp.
Synovus
TD Bank
Toyota Motor Credit Corp.
Trustmark Corp.
TSYS
UnionBanCal Corp.
United Bankshares, Inc.
Unum
U.S. Bancorp
Visa
Webster Financial Corp.
Wells Fargo & Copmany
Western & Southern Financial Group
Zions Bancorporation
IBM
Independent Telephone & Telecommunications Alliance
CenturyLink
Cincinnati Bell
Comporium Communications
Consolidated Communications
FairPoint Communications
Hargray Communications
HickoryTech Communications
SureWest Communications
TDS Telecom
Information Technology Industry Council
Accenture
Adobe
Agilent Technologies
Alcatel Lucent
Altera
AMD
Aol
APC
Apple
Applied Materials
Autodesk
Broadcom
CA Technologies
Canon
Cisco
Cognizant
Corning
Dell
Kodak
eBay
EMC2
Ericsson
Fujitsu
Google
HP
IBM
Intel
Intuit
Lenovo
Lexmark
Micron
Microsoft
Monster.com
Motorola
NCR
Nokia
Oracle
Panasonic
Qualcomm
Ricoh
RIM
SAP
Sony
Symantec
Synopsys
Teradata
Texas Instruments
VeriSign
VMWare
Intel
Internet Security Alliance
AVG
BNY Mellon
Boeing
Carnegie Mellon University-CyLab
Dell
Direct Computer Resources
Lockheed Martin
National Association of Manufacturers
NJVC
Northrop Grumman
Raytheon
SAIC
Symantec
VeriSign
Verizon
USAA
Zurich North America
Computer Sciences Corps. (CSC)
GovDelivery
Infineon Technologies North America
Intuit
L-3 Communications
Qualcomm
Reed Elsevier
Phillips Nizer, LLP
Chartis Insurance
Mitsubishi
Palindrome Technologies
Power & Telephone Supply Co.
Salare Security, LLC
Sentar, Inc.
TASC
The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
Wipro Technologies, Inc.
Lockheed Martin
Microsoft
National Cable & Telecommunications Association
A+E Networks
ActiveVideo Networks, Inc.
Acumen Solutions, Inc.
Advance/Newhouse Communications
Advanced Digital Broadcast, Inc. (ADB, Inc.)
Africa Channel
Alcatel-Lucent
Alticast, Inc.
AMC Networks Inc.
ARRIS
Aurora Networks, Inc.
Azar Computer Software Services, Inc.
BCM
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Beechwoods Software, Inc.
BelAir Networks
BendBroadband
BET Networks
BigBand Networks, Inc.
BlackArrow, Inc.
Blonder-Tongue Labs, Inc.
BlueHighways TV
Bond & Pecaro
Bonneville Distribution
Bortz Media & Sports Group, Inc.
Brigade Capital Management LLC
Broadlogic Network Technologies Inc.
Broken Bow TV
Cablevision Systems Corp.
Carlsen Resources, Inc.
Casa Systems
Castalia Communications Corp.
CatholicTV
CEA Associates, LLC
Charter Communications
CHR Solutions
Cim-Tel Cable, Inc.
Cisco Systems
Clear Creek Mutual Telephone
Clearleap, Inc.
CLIINTEL
Coaxial Cable TV Corp.
Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP
Colton Cable TV & Telephone Co
Comcast Corporation
Comcast Programming
Com-Link, Inc.
CommScope, Inc.
Conax As
Consolidated Cable Solutions
Convergys
Cox Communications, Inc.
C-SPAN
Current TV
Cycle30, Inc.
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Discovery Communications, Inc.
Disney Media Networks
Dow Lohnes, PLLC
Duff & Phelps, LLC
Eagle Cablevision, Inc.
Eagle Communications
EATEL Corp.
Ebru TV
EchoStar Technologies, L.L.C.
Edwards Wildman Palmer, LLP
Ensequence, Inc.
Entone, Inc.
Entropic Communications, Inc.
Ericsson
ESRI
Euronews
EWTN Global Catholic Network
FamilyNet, Inc.
Fox Networks Group
France 24
Front Porch Inc.
Funai Electric Co., Ltd.
Game Show Network (GSN)
GCI Cable Inc.
Goltv, Inc.
Gospel Music Channel
Great Lakes Data Systems, Inc.
Hallmark Channel (Crown Media Holdings)
Hamilton County Cable TV Inc.
HDNet, LLC
Hearst Corporation
Hogan Lovells US LLP
Home Box Office (HBO)
Home Shopping Network
Hood Canal Cablevision
Horror Entertainment, LLC dba FEARnet
Hostopia.com Inc.
HRTV: HorseRacing TV
Huawei Technologies USA
icueTv, Inc.
Imagine Communications
iN DEMAND
InfoSpace, Inc.
Infosys Technologies Limited
Insight Communications, Inc.
Inspiration Networks (INSP)
Integrated BroadBand Services, LLC
Intraway Corporation S.R.L.
ION Media Networks
itaas, Inc
Juniper Networks
Karmaloop TV
Keene Valley Video, Inc.
Kennedy Network Services, Inc.
KPMG
Lifetime Entertainment Services
Lode Data Corporation
Massillon Cable TV
Mav’rick Entertainment Network, Inc.
McGuire Wood LLP
Mediacom Communications Corporation
METASWITCH
MGM HD
Midcontinent Communications
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo, P.C.
Mixed Signals, Inc.
Momentum Telecom Wholesale
Motorola, Inc.
Moultrie Telecomm. Inc.
Mountain Zone TV
MTV Networks
NagraVision S.A.
NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc.
National Geographic Channel (NGC)
NBC Universal
NDS Americas Inc.
Nelson County Cablevision Inc.
NEUSTAR, Inc.
NHK Cosmomedia America, Inc
New Visions Communications, Inc.
One World Sports
Outdoor Channel
Ovation TV
Pace Micro Technology PLC
QVC, Inc.
Qwest Communications
Rasenberger Media LLC
RBC Daniels
RCH Cable
Red Bull Media House North America
ReelzChannel
Rentrak Corporation
Retirement Living TV, LLC
RFD TV
Rovi Corporation
Scripps Networks Interactive
SeaChange International
Service Electric Cablevision
SES World Skies
Sherman & Howard L.L.C.
Si’ TV
Sigma Systems
Silver Star Communications
Sjoberg’s, Inc
Smithsonian Networks
SomosTV LLC
Sony Movie Channel
Starz Entertainment Group
Strategy & Technology Ltd.
Suddenlink Communications
Synacor, Inc.
Synchronoss Technologies, Inc.
TBN – Trinity Broadcasting Network
TeleCommunication Systems, Inc.
Television Cable Co. of Andalusia
Tellabs, Inc.
TelVue Corporation
The eScapes Network LLC
The Sportsman Channel, Inc.
This Technology, Inc
Time Warner Cable
Times Fiber Communications, Inc.
TiVo, Inc.
TMNG Global
Toner Cable Equipment, Inc.
Turner Cable Networks
TV Guide Network Group
TV One
Universal Electronics, Inc.
Universal Remote Control, Inc.
Univision Communications Inc.
US Cable Corporation
Veria TV
Veronis Suhler Stevenson
Viacom/CBS
Viamedia
Visual Advertising Sales Technology
Vivicast Media, LLC
Vozzcom, Inc.
Waitsfield Cable Company
Waller Capital Corporation
Wealth TV
Weather Central, LLC
Weather Channel, Inc., The
White & Case LLP
WideOrbit Inc.
Wilson West Communications Inc.
Womble Carlyle Sandbridge & Rice
Worldcast
Youtoo TV
Zodiac Interactive

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Re: CISPA Supporters List: 800+ Companies. Who Are U Doing Business With?
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2012, 02:24:24 am »
These companies must have been meeting to go over the bill and the idea of information/privacy theft for years. Find out what meetings all these anti-Constitutional corps have gone to over the past few years and chances are that the minutes of those meetings will discuss the idea of stealing private information for corporate/fascist control

THis is no different than the fasciist coup of 1933 except that they are not calling this a coup. We know it is a fascist coup whether they call it NDAA, CISPA, Deathcare, or whatever other horseshit acronym they want to use.

This is a coup via fraudulent legislation to help these established Nazis continue their destruction of humanity.


In 1936, William Dodd, the U.S. Ambassador to Germany, wrote a letter to President Roosevelt in which he stated,

"A clique of U.S. industrialists is hell-bent to bring a fascist state to supplant our democratic government and is working closely with the fascist regime in Germany and Italy. I have had plenty of opportunity in my post in Berlin to witness how close some of our American ruling families are to the Nazi regime.... A prominent executive of one of the largest corporations, told me point blank that he would be ready to take definite action to bring fascism into America if President Roosevelt continued his progressive policies. Certain American industrialists had a great deal to do with bringing fascist regimes into being in both Germany and Italy. They extended aid to help Fascism occupy the seat of power, and they are helping to keep it there. Propagandists for fascist groups try to dismiss the fascist scare. We should be aware of the symptoms. When industrialists ignore laws designed for social and economic progress they will seek recourse to a fascist state when the institutions of our government compel them to comply with the provisions."


http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/july2007/240707fascistcoup.htm

More on the failed coup:
http://www.takeoverworld.info/fascist.html
http://american_almanac.tripod.com/smedley.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_Plot

Video:
Corporate Coup in America:

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXGUgFXoRu4
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGPb6ulVEK0
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mav69K2zkgw

Full:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTdx6vEUtIA

General Smedley Butler's Testimony:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1cq6KrkHHA


The Congressional committee final report said:

In the last few weeks of the committee's official life it received evidence showing that certain persons had made an attempt to establish a fascist organization in this country.... There is no question that these attempts were discussed, were planned, and might have been placed in execution when and if the financial backers deemed it expedient.

This committee received evidence from Maj. Gen Smedley D. Butler (retired), twice decorated by the Congress of the United States. He testified before the committee as to conversations with one Gerald C. MacGuire in which the latter is alleged to have suggested the formation of a fascist army under the leadership of General Butler.

MacGuire denied these allegations under oath, but your committee was able to verify all the pertinent statements made by General Butler, with the exception of the direct statement suggesting the creation of the organization. This, however, was corroborated in the correspondence of MacGuire with his principal, Robert Sterling Clark, of New York City, while MacGuire was abroad studying the various forms of veterans organizations of Fascist character.


Hey 800 Nazi Corporations, you are the ones conducting the coup, derrrrrrrrrrrrrr...thanks for admitting this overt conspiracy against the United States of America. We do not need you so F off, go peddle your bullshit in North Korea.
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CISPA Supporters List: 800+ Companies That Could Help Uncle Sam Snag Your Data
http://newsworldwide.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/cispa-supporters-list-800-companies-that-could-help-uncle-sam-snag-your-data/

The organizations or companies listed in bold have voiced direct support.
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AT&T
Boeing
BSA
Business Roundtable
CSC
COMPTEL
CTIA – The Wireless Association
Cyber, Space & Intelligence Association
– Ed. Note: There is no information about this organization, what it is, what it does, or who its members are. We are looking into the matter further.
Edison Electric
EMC
Exelon
Facebook
The Financial Services Roundtable
IBM
Independent Telephone & Telecommunications Alliance
Information Technology Industry Council
Intel
Internet Security Alliance
Lockheed Martin
Microsoft
National Cable & Telecommunications Association


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It would be helpful to get an accurate list along with actual endorsements. I believe that less than 100 companies are the real takeover operators and that is a high number.
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CISPA Supporters List: 800+ Companies That Could Help Uncle Sam Snag Your Data
http://newsworldwide.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/cispa-supporters-list-800-companies-that-could-help-uncle-sam-snag-your-data/

To give you a full picture of just how much political firepower the CISPA has in Congress, we’ve listed most, if not all, of the companies and organizations that have voiced either direct support for CISPA (by writing a letter, or otherwise expressing support for this specific bill), or indirect support through the direct support of a trade group. The organizations or companies listed in bold have voiced direct support. Those companies not in bold have not necessarily given direct support (though quite a few have), but have supported the bill through the trade group, which is listed in bold. The links go to the .pdf files of the letters the company sent to the House Intelligence Committee to express their support of CISPA.

As you can see, the list of CISPA supporters is massive, and should give anyone who thinks this will be an easy political fight a dose of reality. Not that CISPA can’t be stopped but, well, scroll down and you’ll see what we mean.

These are Nazi Companies attempting a Nazi takeover. The same Wall Street firms did it in Germany. Here is how they did it and what they do not want you to know:


WALL STREET AND THE RISE OF HITLER
Stan Monteith interviews Anthony Sutton

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6987303668075230852
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INTRODUCTION Unexplored Facets of Naziism Since the early 1920s unsubstantiated reports have circulated to the effect that not only German industrialists, but also Wall Street financiers, had some role — possibly a substantial role — in the rise of Hitler and Naziism. This book presents previously unpublished evidence, a great deal from files of the Nuremburg Military Tribunals, to support this hypothesis. However, the full impact and suggestiveness of the evidence cannot be found from reading this volume alone. Two previous books in this series, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution1 and Wall Street and FDR,2 described the roles of the same firms, and often the same individuals and their fellow directors, hard at work manipulating and assisting the Bolshevik revolution in Russia in 1917, backing Franklin D. Roosevelt for President in the United States in 1933, as well as aiding the rise of Hitler in pre-war Germany. in brief, this book is part of a more extensive study of the rise of modern socialism and the corporate socialists. This politically active Wall Street group is more or less the same elitist circle known generally among Conservatives as the "Liberal Establishment," by liberals (for instance G. William Domhoff) as "the ruling class,"3 and by conspiratorial theorists Gary Allen4 and Dan Smoot5 as the "Insiders." But whatever we call this self-perpetuating elitist group, it is apparently fundamentally significant in the determination of world affairs, at a level far behind and above that of the elected politicians. The influence and work of this same group in the rise of Hitler and Nazi Germany is the topic of this book. This is an area of historical research almost totally unexplored by the academic world. It is an historical minefield for the unwary and the careless not aware of the intricacies of research procedures. The Soviets have long accused Wall Street bankers of backing international fascism, but their own record of historical accuracy hardly lends their accusations much credence in the West, and they do not of course criticize support of their own brand of fascism. This author falls into a different camp. Previously accused of being overly critical of Sovietism and domestic socialism, while ignoring Wall Street and the rise of Hitler, this book hopefully will redress an assumed and quite inaccurate philosophical imbalance and emphasize the real point at issue: Whatever you call the collectivist system — Soviet socialism, New Deal socialism, corporate socialism, or National socialism — it is the average citizen, the guy in the street, that ultimately loses out to the boys running the operation at the top. Each system in its own way is a system of plunder, an organizational device to get everyone living (or attempting to live) at the expense of everyone else, while the elitist leaders, the rulers and the politicians, scalp the cream off the top... read the whole book here http://www.reformed-theology.org/html/books/wall_street/index.html
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The CISPA Architects are the same Architects of Nazi Germany

Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
By
Antony C. Sutton

The same Nazi Corporations that destroyed Germany are attempting a similar coup on America

Finally, a distinguished scholar has penetrated the cloak of falsehood, deception, and duplicity that for more than thirty years has protected one of the most incredible secrets of World War II: the support from key Wall Street financiers and other international bankers in subsidizing Hitler's rise to power. Professor Antony C. Sutton proves that World War II was not only well planned, it was also extremely profitable—for a select group of financial insiders. Carefully tracing this closely guarded secret through original documents and eyewitness accounts, Sutton documents the roles played by

J.P. Morgan,
T. W. Lamont,
the Rockefeller interests,
General Electric Company,
Standard Oil,
National City Bank,
Chase and Manhattan banks,
Kuhn, Loeb and Company,

and scores of other business elitists.

Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler shows how the bloodiest, most destructive war in history was financed and promoted. It is sure to spark angry denials and heated debate.

All chapters available online:
http://www.reformation.org/wall-st-hitler.html
http://reformed-theology.org/html/books/wall_street/

Preface   
Introduction
Chapter 1   Wall Street Paves the Way for Hitler
Chapter 2   The Empire of I. G. Farben
Chapter 3   General Electric Funds Hitler
Chapter 4   Standard Oil Fuels World War II
Chapter 5   I.T.T Works Both Sides of the War
Chapter 6   Henry Ford and the Nazis
Chapter 7   Who Financed Adolf Hitler?
Chapter 8   Putzi: Friend of Hitler and Roosevelt
Chapter 9   Wall Street and the Nazi Inner Circle
Chapter 10   The Myth of "Sidney Warburg"
Chapter 11   Wall Street Nazi Collaboration in World War II
Chapter 12   Conclusions
Appendix A    
Appendix B   
Appendix C
Appendix D   
Appendix E
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The CISPA Architects are the same Architects of Nazi Germany

Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
By
Antony C. Sutton

The same Nazi Corporations that destroyed Germany are attempting a similar coup on America

Finally, a distinguished scholar has penetrated the cloak of falsehood, deception, and duplicity that for more than thirty years has protected one of the most incredible secrets of World War II: the support from key Wall Street financiers and other international bankers in subsidizing Hitler's rise to power. Professor Antony C. Sutton proves that World War II was not only well planned, it was also extremely profitable—for a select group of financial insiders. Carefully tracing this closely guarded secret through original documents and eyewitness accounts, Sutton documents the roles played by

J.P. Morgan,
T. W. Lamont,
the Rockefeller interests,
General Electric Company,
Standard Oil,
National City Bank,
Chase and Manhattan banks,
Kuhn, Loeb and Company,

and scores of other business elitists.

Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler shows how the bloodiest, most destructive war in history was financed and promoted. It is sure to spark angry denials and heated debate.

All chapters available online:
http://www.reformation.org/wall-st-hitler.html
http://reformed-theology.org/html/books/wall_street/

Preface   
Introduction
Chapter 1   Wall Street Paves the Way for Hitler
Chapter 2   The Empire of I. G. Farben
Chapter 3   General Electric Funds Hitler
Chapter 4   Standard Oil Fuels World War II
Chapter 5   I.T.T Works Both Sides of the War
Chapter 6   Henry Ford and the Nazis
Chapter 7   Who Financed Adolf Hitler?
Chapter 8   Putzi: Friend of Hitler and Roosevelt
Chapter 9   Wall Street and the Nazi Inner Circle
Chapter 10   The Myth of "Sidney Warburg"
Chapter 11   Wall Street Nazi Collaboration in World War II
Chapter 12   Conclusions
Appendix A    
Appendix B   
Appendix C
Appendix D   
Appendix E

Great point!

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Revealed: CISPA -- Internet Spying Law -- Pushed by For-Profit Spy Lobby
Defense industry contractors are lobbying for the cyber security bill in Congress that would expand the government's ability to access information about online activity.

http://www.alternet.org/rights/154977/revealed%3A_cispa_--_internet_spying_law_--_pushed_by_for-profit_spy_lobby
April 13, 2012  |   

A cyber security bill moving swiftly through Congress would give government intelligence agencies broad powers to work with private companies to share information about Internet users. While some critics are beginning to organize online against the legislation, defense contractors, many already working with the National Security Agency on related data-mining projects, are lobbying to press forward. Like many bad policy ideas, entrenched government contractors seem to be using taxpayer money to lobby for even more power and profit.

The proposal, H.R.3523, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011, introduced by Congressmen Mike Rogers (R-MI) and Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD), provides companies and the government “free rein to bypass existing laws in order to monitor communications, filter content, or potentially even shut down access to online services for ‘cybersecurity purposes.’” Though the bill has been compared to SOPA given its potential to smother free speech on the Internet, the ill-fated copyright legislation that inspired an intense lobbying battle earlier this year, much of the tech community has has joined with copyright interests to support CISPA.

A full list of companies and trade groups supporting the legislation, from Facebook to AT&T, can be found here. Combing through the lobbyist disclosure forms, Republic Report noticed that two of the top firms spending a lot of money to pass CISPA are major National Security Agency (NSA) contractors:

– Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC): A major government IT firm, CSC has several large contracts with U.S. intelligence agencies. CSC provides “secure information technology infrastructure for the NSA … [to] secure and non-secure telephony and network services, distributed computing services, and enterprise and security management at the NSA headquarters and its surrounding offices.” CSC already works on a pilot program that directly relates to the data-mining project envisioned by CISPA. According to disclosures reviewed by Republic Report, CSC currently contracts with Navigators Global LLC, a Republican-led lobbying firm, to promote CISPA.

– Sciences Applications International Corporation (SAIC): Another major defense contractor, SAIC provides a variety of services to the NSA. The NSA is one of SAIC’s “primary clients” — the firm is helping the intelligence agency build a massive data-mining center in Utah. Lobbying disclosures reviewed by Republic Report show that SAIC has contracted with the firm Dennis Miller Associates to lobby on CISPA.

As the Center for Democracy and Technology explains, CISPA vastly expands a current information gathering effort between the NSA and private firms:

The legislation is being billed as an expansion of a collaboration between the National Security Agency (NSA) and major ISPs dubbed the Defense Industrial Base Pilot. Under the DIB Pilot, the NSA shares classified cyberattack signatures and information about cybersecurity threats with large ISPs that provide Internet service to major defense contractors.

Other current NSA data-mining contractors are lobbying to pass CISPA. Northrop Grumman has at least 10 registered lobbyists promoting the bill. Lockheed Martin has a comprable number of lobbyists doing the same.

But CSC’s team of 26 registered lobbyists reflects the company’s dependence on government contracts for profit. And registered lobbyists are only part of the influence operation. CSC also helps finance trade associations, like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is also pushing hard to pass the CISPA.

Like the for-profit college industry, which uses taxpayer money to lobby for even more taxpayer money while defrauding students, the extent to which private sector firms with government spy contracts are lobbying for broader power should alarm everyone.
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