The giants of the tech industry are uniting to wage a campaign for sweeping reforms to the National Security Agency.
Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple, LinkedIn and AOL are setting aside their business rivalries to demand that Congress and President Obama scale back the government’s voracious surveillance.
These companies had little to no qualms about teaming up with the US government back when it was all done in relative secrecy, but now that it’s out in the open, they’re acting like heroes. This campaign would never have been launched if Snowden hadn’t blown the whistle, which means the motive behind this new campaign is money – not morality.
If you do good for a bad reason, is it still good?