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Big tech is noticeably silent about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Trump’s travel ban

Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled that President Trump’s travel ban on six Muslim countries could take effect, a huge blow to advocates who have argued that the executive order was unconstitutional. And, if you can remember as far back as last January, Silicon Valley entered the fray, with industry leaders voicing strong opinions on the … Continue reading “Big tech is noticeably silent about the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Trump’s travel ban” Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled that President Trump’s travel ban on six Muslim countries could take effect, a huge blow to advocates who have argued that the executive order was unconstitutional.
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