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Silicon Valley Firms Lock Arms Against Trump Immigration Order

E-Commerce Times Friday, 17 February 2017
Silicon Valley Firms Lock Arms Against Trump Immigration OrderAt least 127 United States companies -- including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Intel and other tech giants -- filed a friend of the court brief in a lawsuit the state of Washington brought against President Trump, which argues that his executive order to halt the entry of refugees and all travelers from seven Muslim nations would inflict significant harm on U. S. businesses.
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