As you may remember in 2011, two bills were introduced with the names “Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)’’ & “Protect IP Act’’ (PIPA). When these bills were introduced they were so largely unpopular with not just the public, but also with online entities including Facebook, Google, Reddit & many more, because of their overall censorship of the internet & their overall detrimental effect to Net Neutrality. So to protest these bills, many of these online entities partially or entirely blacked out their sites. They would also give out information telling people why SOPA & PIPA were ultimately infringing on civil liberties. This massive protest & huge opposition would eventually lead to the demise of SOPA & PIPA. So you might be wondering why I'm bringing up old legislation that never ended up passing anyway? Well as we would have it, these bills are in some way returning. You’re probably wondering why you haven't heard anything if such largely unpopular bills are trying to be passed once again. The answer lies with a new identity, (A Type Of Re-Branding) & these bills have taken a new form in what is called “ The Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act’’ (CISPA).