Technology companies oppose immigration ban new US President
The new US President — Donald trump (Donald Trump) — took office just 10 days ago, but already managed to sign the highly ambiguous decree, temporarily prohibit the entry of nationals of the seven countries in the Middle East, where Muslims. Foul got Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Moreover, the entry into the country is forbidden even to owners of green cards, if they are citizens of those countries.
Needless to say, among other things, it touched a major U.S. companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook and others. And they have time to respond to the decree of the President. For example, Microsoft offers its employees legal advice and assistance. Uber to compensate for the damage suffered from the decree of drivers, paying for three months that employees can not work. This term is due to the fact that the ban on the entry of the green card until it is installed for a period of three months.
The head of Tesla Motors Elon Musk (Elon Musk), despite the fact that is President, has formally expressed his disagreement with the immigration ban.
Apple has turned to its employees, offering assistance and assuring that he would actively oppose the approved decree. It is worth noting that Apple simply would not exist without immigration. The fact that the father of Steve jobs was abdulfattah (John) Jandali is a native of Syria, which made the list of the trump.
These are just a few of the companies that have expressed their position regarding the policy of the new President. In fact, these companies are much more.