Isn't there a circular logic in Mr. Mike Rogers' reasoning?
If Google, Microsoft, Cisco, et.al. doesn't act against NSA surveilance, then they will loose customers. Specifically - in Europe - to European based competitors. Thus, cutting off the NSA from that traffic.
So if they don't act, NSA will loose the ability to snoop around, if they do act, then NSA has the hope of atleast snooping something?