Monday, April 22. Highlights: Congressman David Schweikert Defends CISPA — Claims sufficient oversight — Claims your data will be safe — Fears federal government and private data mining — Claims to use credit card with a fake name.
Questions were only allowed to be asked on index cards. Organizers at the meeting forbade video cameras. The congressman failed to address the constitutionality of CISPA, what it meant for contract law, and the vague conditions under which corporations would be permitted to break contracts to share personal information without impunity.