Congress may make ISPs snoop on you | CNET News.com
"Wisconsin Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is proposing that ISPs be required to record information about Americans' online activities so that police can more easily "conduct criminal investigations." Executives at companies that fail to comply would be fined and imprisoned for up to one year." -- Declan McCullagh
These are scare times for Americans. Now too long ago, the New York Time released details of NSA wiretapping both domestic and international calls. Now, Congress is drawing up legislation that would encroach on commercial and person privacy on the Internet. Like NSA wiretaps, these new bills are being drawn under the pretense of protecting Americans.