The Cyber Intelligence Sharing Act is, according to a lot of the sources I follow for news, the new SOPA. And to be honest, I haven't had the energy to get informed about it yet. Right now, as I write this, I'm watching SourceFed's video on it (link here, embed below).
The government seems to have some rationales for it, but they had their rationales for SOPA, too.
I know I need to learn about this. It's my responsibility as a citizen of the internet. (Netizen? World Wide Webbite? Blaggodude?) But I just haven't had the energy to bother.
And that makes me worry a little. Will a persistent effort to create net-regulating bill just wear down on the base of people otherwise willing to stand up to it? Or have I just been having a bad couple weeks for research?
I'll blog more about this tomorrow, at which point I will try to have become a little more informed. For now, if any of my readers know of good sources about it, let me know.