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Several technology companies firms urge US President-elect Donald Trump to alter US travel ban on seven Muslim nations

Several technology companies firms urge US President-elect Donald Trump to alter US travel ban on seven Muslim nations:

United States of America Several tech companies sends a letter to Donald Trump, president of United State this letter was sent On Monday urging his administration and follow through and changes on the seven Muslim nations which is banned by the president of The United State, sources Familiar to the letter ” We welcome those changes by your administration which they have changed in recent days Homeland security was changed by your orders and also implemented.

Technology companies are expecting the signature the letter Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google, Twitter Inc, Apple Inc Microsoft Corp and Yahoo Inc. the sources did not go to identified because this secret discussion about the letter was ongoing, Donald Trump issued on 27 January 2017 order to ban the citizens from the Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Yemen and a 120-day bar on all refugees.

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This ban caused due to trapping travelers at the airport and other overseas. On Friday the federal court judge put the temporary Block on nationwide on the basis of the old executive order. “We ready to help the administration identify and those other Opportunities employees will with predictability and without undue delay. Innovation organizations Amazon.com Inc and Expedia, Inc, and both of which are situated in Washington documented a brief In support of the Washington judge’s impermanent remain. So they are concerned to obey the order from the executive this order effect the many hard works in the united state.

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