"Fascism (play /ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a radical authoritarian nationalist political ideology." Check.
I can see where you might consider this bill authoritarian. But there are lost of authoritarian ideologies apart from fascism, so we need more.
"Fascism promotes political violence and war..." Check.
Where in the text of CISPA does it promote political violence and/or war?
"...the fascist state purges forces, ideas, people, and systems..." Check.
I like you cut just before the relevant "deemed to be the cause of decadence and degeneration." Since CISPA isn't about decadence or degeneration, this isn't really relevant either.
I think I'll tick the AC box on this one.
Yeah, I wouldn't want to be associated with such shoddy analysis either.
Let's look at what Wikipedia actually says about fascism. Here's para. 1 uncut:
Fascism ( /ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a radical authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Fascists seek rejuvenation of their nation based on commitment to an organic national community where its individuals are united together as one people in national identity by suprapersonal connections of ancestry, culture, and blood through a totalitarian single-party state that seeks the mass mobilization of a nation through discipline, indoctrination, physical education, and eugenics. Fascism seeks to purify the nation of foreign influences that are deemed to be causing degeneration of the nation or of not fitting into the national culture.
Here's how I see it applying to CISPA:
radical authoritarian nationalist -- well, as said above, we have authoriarianism, so that could certainly be a component....
one people in national identity by suprapersonal connections of ancestry, culture, and blood -- CISPA is not relevant to this, but let's look at the environment. Do you think the US culture is one of national identity through connections of ancestry, culture, and blood? If so, you've never been here. The US culture is almost entirely about highlighting differences of ancestry and culture, although there is quite a bit of blood when those differences are highlighted a little too sharply.
through a totalitarian single-party state -- Again some may see CISPA as a move to totalitarianism, and some may argue that the US GOP is tending towards self-destruction, but we're not s single-party state just yet. I'll put this in the "maybe" column.
that seeks the mass mobilization of a nation through discipline, indoctrination, physical education, and eugenics. HA HA HAAAAAAA. No. This definitely does NOT apply to either CISPA or the US government.
Fascism seeks to purify the nation of foreign influences that are deemed to be causing degeneration of the nation or of not fitting into the national culture. -- again, this is not even in the same category as CISPA. The US government certainly has some elements that fit this description, but, as I said, the GOP is currently working very hard to destroy itself.
CISPA may be a step towards an authoritarian, totalitarian US government, and the US is certainly no paragon of honor, but fascist? Only for the most broad, inconsistent definition of the term. We have more precise terms to use (even the emotionally loaded "police state" is a closer fit than fascism) and it doesn't pay to dilute important terms by misusing them just to generate an emotional reaction.