The new anti-terror law is supposed to protect people like you, me, and me.
But the word “protected” is just a placeholder for “unprotected” or “not protected” under the law.
The law is intended to protect you and me, according to the National Counterterrorism Center.
The law says that:The law also protects the First Amendment right of people to engage in lawful political expression and association.
It requires all websites and social media sites to post an “advertiser’s disclaimer” on their content and to remove any content that “encourages terrorist activity or the promotion of terrorism.”
The law also says that any information posted by a website must be removed within 24 hours, and that any content shared on social media platforms must be “clarified or redacted” within 24 months.
The law requires all webmasters to create “detailed policies” for the security of their sites.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
It also mandates that websites create “secure” login systems, a new set of security measures that will be used for the first time in the United States.
Websites must also implement a “zero day” “red notice” or a “red flag” alert, which means that the company must notify customers within 48 hours that a malicious software or other attack is affecting their site.
The alert must be sent to the person who accessed the site and must contain a “notice of the type” for each affected person.
If an alert is not sent within 48hours, the site must take “immediate action” to “avoid further exposure to risk.”
The site must also report the “red flags” to the federal government, which must act on the alert.
It also requires companies to monitor their users’ activities to identify any “cyber-espionage activity.”
Finally, the law mandates that companies take steps to protect themselves from “potentially harmful or unlawful behavior.”
It requires them to take steps like:Using technology to automatically block or restrict access to websites that are “potential harmful or improper behavior.”
Using “identity protection tools” to prevent users from being tracked by social media apps.
Using “preventive measures” to protect their networks from potential cyber-attacks.
The White House has been working with the law’s supporters to make sure that all Americans are protected from the new law.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said, “We are confident that this law will help to make the Internet safer for Americans, particularly the many Americans who use the Internet to communicate and access the free speech of others.”
The bill’s critics have already taken aim at this, saying that the law will allow government agents to spy on Americans and monitor them without a warrant.
“This bill gives the government a legal mandate to monitor the content of Americans’ communications, which is unconstitutional,” tweeted Senator Rand Paul.