The Electronic Frontier Foundation, another prominent digital rights organization, is also actively campaigning for companies to oppose the legislation. Legislative analyst Mark Jaycox told The Hill he expects to see more companies publicly opposing CISA in the coming weeks.

Privacy advocates have expressed limited support for a handful of amendments, notably a pair from leading  CISA detractor Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) that would require companies to strip personal details from threat data and require a way for notify anyone whose information might be inappropriately shared.

Jaycox says that although “there’s no doubt” Wyden’s amendments are “the strongest,” they still don’t define how data will be used.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
The Hill