Rogerian Essay

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Trevor Barthel
Prof. Oneil
Effectiveness in Writing
19 May 2012 1) I am writing this essay because I am a huge advocate of a free internet. The internet should not be able to be monitored by the US government or anyone else. In this essay, I plan to inform the reader on what the US is trying to do to the free internet. 2) I learned a lot by completing this assignment. Most importantly, I learned how to write a Rogerian essay. It was interesting learning about my topic, but learning how to write this essay will benefit me more in life. 3) The only difficulty that I encountered was the sorting out people’s personal views, and facts. Everyone seems to have his or her own view on this issue. 4) I really enjoy anything
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This bill was highly unpopular throughout the internet community. On January 18th, 2012, Wikipedia and 7,000 other websites went down for a whole day. They did this to raise awareness of the bill, and the unfairness to the American people. SOPA did not pass all the way through Congress and become a law. The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act was introduced shortly after SOPA. CISPA was promised to be a more refined version of SOPA that would be more effective. CISPA is designed “with the intention of allowing more sharing of cyber security threat information between the private sector and the government” (Greenberg, 36). This bill is currently very lax on certain aspects of internet privacy. The bill was written so that companies would be required to share certain personal information with government agencies without limits or proper security measures in place. “… the bill 's vague language would allow too much of users ' private information to be leaked to the government and that it doesn 't go far enough to offer real defenses against digital attacks” (Greenberg, 68). CISPA has passed the House “by a comfortable margin of 248 to 168” (McCullagh,1). Many American’s are opposed to CISPA. This is because of the hidden, loose terms that would allow their personal information to be freely shared with the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and other government

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