From private emails to financial records - US Internet companies could soon legally share private user information with the American government. The highly-controversial cyber security act, known as CISPA, is now a step closer to becoming law, following its approval in the House of Representatives. It caused a storm of reaction among internet users accusing it of infringing on privacy and civil liberties. For more on the story RT talks to Fabio Reinhardt from the Pirate Group of the Berlin Parliament.
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