Does Anyone Have Mark Zuckerberg's Cell Number? Something Awful Might Happen To Your Facebook Stuff.

I'm about to mention some fancy legislative bills. Do not fall asleep. Your private information depends on it. There's this bill called CISPA that would make every privacy policy on the Web a total joke. It could mean the end of Internet privacy as we know it, allowing the government to demand your private records and giving Google and companies like it the legal protection to do so. 

Google, Facebook, and Twitter say they're for their users' rights. So where do they stand on the law that would END privacy? An Internet nerd decided to find out.


Go to SaveYourPrivacyPolicy.org and see if you can get Google, Twitter, and Facebook to let us know if they care about our privacy.

Then share this, before the government gets the right to log into your email and share it with their friends.

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