The companies are joining a chorus of tech firms arrayed against the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.

Its the old “cup half full, cup half empty argument”.  It would seem that the position of large consumer content storage and transmission companies is that any surveillance – regardless of whether personal information is shared with the government – is total surveillance.

Just when are honest consumers going to raise their voices and subscribe to a system where they can be private and not terrorism suspects?  Check out safejunction.com

Source: Apple and Dropbox say they don’t support a key cybersecurity bill, days before a crucial vote – The Washington Post

Thanks to The Washington Post