CISA, the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, is set to be voted on by the US Senate, but major tech companies are not pleased with the content of the bill. Apple and Dropbox are the two most recent companies to join the protest against the legislation, which would make it easier for private user information to make it into the hands of the NSA and other government agencies. The belief is that the cybersecurity bill could evolve to become more of a surveillance bill and force major tech companies into handing over private user information. Apple and Dropbox join the ranks of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit in the opposition.
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