If the CEOs of major tech companies have a bone to pick with President Obama, they have their chance to let him know today—in the White House.

They'll discuss security and privacy, since the last meeting that Obama had with tech CEOs was to discuss HealthCare.gov, but they immediately put pressure on the President to discuss the NSA allegations. The meeting was reportedly only added to Obama's schedule last night, and at least one CEO, Yahoo's Marissa Mayer, won't be able to make it because of the short notice. Google's chairman Eric Schmidt will be able to come, and so will Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, who reportedly called Obama earlier this month, will be able to see him face to face.

[via Politico]