Dan Patterson talks CISPA — what is it, how did it pass the House and what exactly is everyone so upset about?
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Hard News, Dirty Politics, & Civilized Propaganda: I am a broadcast journalist and technologist infinitely curious about the impact of the internet on media, politics, and technology. Currently: campaign reporter for various news and talk radio stations. Follow @danpatterson.
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