My @Facebook criticism about #CISPA made @WashingtonPost

Alexis Ohanian, the founder of Reddit, said that he will not be buying Facebook stock either, but not because he’s wary about its prospects.

Ohanian told CNN Tuesday morning that he won’t invest in the company because of its support of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, which aims to make it easier for private companies and the government to share information on cyber threats. The bill, which passed the House last month, has raised concerns among privacy and civil liberty advocates who say that it will make it far too easy for a company like Facebook to share personal user information without due process.

I'm curious to see if this keeps spreading thanks to all of your tweets, likes, and upvotes....