Today, April 22, we will have a CISPA blackout to protest the proposed cybersecurity law.
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As Americans applaud a populist victory over background checks, CISPA puts in jeopardy our freedoms.
In Taipei, the unmentioned question haunted our U.S. Congressional Delegation’s formal meetings with Taiwanese officials, including President Ma Ying-jeou, Vice President Wu Den-yih, Legislative Yuan Speaker Wang Jin-pyng of the governing Kuomintang Party (KMT), and the major opposition leader Tsai Ying-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). Like once heated lovers in a cooling affair, … Continue Reading →