In November and December, The Intercept, Buzzfeed and other media outlets asked tech companies including Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Apple, IBM, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI, SRA International, Oracle, and Amazon if they would participate in any way in the creation of Donald Trump’s proposed Muslim registry.
While Twitter answered with an unequivocal no, the others did not immediately respond.
Twenty-two groups representing almost 35 million people sent letters to the companies in question calling on them to do better.
While Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Apple, IBM have now said they would not help build a Muslim registry, Oracle, Amazon, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI, and SRA International have still failed to respond.
Read the letters below:
Letter to Google:
Letter to Microsoft:
Letter to Facebook:
Letter to Apple:
Letter to IBM:
Letter to Booz Allen Hamilton:
Letter to CGI:
Letter to SRA International:
Letter to Amazon:
Letter to Oracle:
List of participating groups:
CREDO, Muslim Advocates, Color of Change, Courage Campaign, Democracy for America, #AllOfUs, Amnesty International USA, Asian Law Caucus, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Center for Constitutional Rights, Center for Media Justice, Daily Kos, Demand Progress, Desis Rising Up and Moving, Faithful America, Fight for the Future, Free Press, Mijente, MPower Change, Presente, Sum of Us, Ultraviolet
For further information contact Josh Nelson at CREDO at [email protected]