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Google Employees Demand Company Not Work With US Immigration Officials

WorldNews Thursday, 15 August 2019
Google Employees Demand Company Not Work With US Immigration OfficialsEmployees are circulating a petition online asking Google not to bid on any future contracts with government agencies enforcing President Donald Trump's immigration policies on Thursday, according to Vox. More than 600 Googlers signed the Medium petition calling on the executives not to do business with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement or the Office of Refugee Resettlement after it was reported the Silicon Valley-giant was in the running for a new cloud contract with CBP. The petition details how CBP engaged in “human rights abuses at the U.S. Southern border,” and said Google “would be trading its integrity for a bit of profit” if it went forward with...
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