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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Nearly 100 Tech Companies Join Forces In Court To Oppose Donald Trump's Immigration Ban


By Forbes, Feb. 06, 2017

The biggest names in Silicon Valley lined up over the weekend to support a high-profile legal battle against President Donald Trump's recent executive orders banning immigrants from seven mostly Muslim countries. Having already publicly denounced Trump's orders, which were temporarily blocked last week by a federal judge, leaders in the technology industry joined a friend of the court brief opposing the ban.

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2 comments:

  1. So their profits have higher priority than the security of our country...interesting. It is a 90 day temporary pause. These are TECH Companies I am sure they know about GO TO MEETING and SKYPE and dozen other ways to communicate. I used to manage 8 different groups of folks in 8 different countries by using a telephone and was able to get stuff done. They poured millions of dollars into Hillary and the are pissed she lost. That is what is going on here.

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  2. The final total was 130 companies....claiming they wouldn't be able to recruit the best and most talented (from those countries) if there was a travel ban. They don't care about safety or employing American citizens.

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