The following companies just betrayed billions of people.

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Tell them why they're on the wrong side of history.

As an Internet user I am appalled to learn that you are supporting deeply flawed information sharing legislation like CISA. You are betraying every single one of your customers by encouraging Congress to pass a bill that would decimate user privacy and security in exchange for sweeping legal immunity for companies like yours. If you don't want to lose the entire Internet's trust, immediately drop your support for bills like CISA.
Breaking: Salesforce retracts pro-CISA position

CEO says letter supporting cyber threat sharing legislation was “a mistake” and that he’s “against it.”

These companies sold us out.

What does it take for some of the biggest competitors in the tech industry to put their differences aside and sign a letter endorsing hugely unpopular surveillance legislation that's been lambasted by privacy groups and security experts? Sweeping legal immunity. Worse, these companies know that their customers hate CISA, and so they’re jumping into the water together, hoping there’s safety in numbers. After all, you can’t blame Microsoft if Apple is doing the same thing, right?

In the letter, these companies didn't come right out and say they were endorsing CISA. Instead, they asked Congress to "act promptly" to pass "Cyber Threat Information Sharing Legislation." But these companies aren't stupid. They know that the Senate will vote on CISA soon, and will use this letter as cover to say the tech industry supports it.

What's wrong with CISA?

If you’re not up to speed, CISA is a mass surveillance bill posing as a “cybersecurity” bill. Congress has been blindly scrambling to react to the OPM hacks, and their solution is a giveaway to the NSA and giant corporations:

Learn more about CISA

Dial 985-222-CISA to call Congress now.

Internet users demand meaningful cybersecurity legislation, not more mass surveillance. Millions have already spoken out, and there's still time to send Congress a clear message. Please call your representatives, and share this page to spread the word!