Facebook, Google, Amazon and other big tech companies just slammed a proposed US cybersecurity law

Rob Price reports:

The tech industry is not a fan of the proposed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) currently being deliberated by the US Congress.

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), which represents Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and more big tech companies, has published a blog post slamming CISA, arguing it “does not sufficiently protect users’ privacy or appropriately limit the permissible uses of information shared with the government.”

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