These 97 Tech Companies Are Fighting President Trump’s Travel Ban
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These 97 Tech Companies Are Fighting President Trump’s Travel Ban

President Trump’s travel ban caused chaos across the country (and around the world) the moment he signed the executive order. With protests and backlash sparking immediately and the courts issuing a temporary hold on the ban last Friday, some companies are now stepping up to share their stance on the controversial sitch.

While Amazon and Expedia have both filed motions to overturn the ban, they are only two of the companies taking action. Here’s a list of 97 other businesses that have signed a motion in support of the suit, which states that President Trump’s executive order on immigration “violates the immigration laws and the Constitution.”

AdRoll

Aeris Communications

Airbnb

AltSchool, PBC

Ancestry.com

Appboy

Apple

AppNexus

Asana

Atlassian Corp

Autodesk

Automattic

Box

Brightcove

Brit + Co

CareZone

Castlight Health

Checkr

Chobani

Citrix Systems

Cloudera

Cloudflare

Copia Institute

DocuSign

DoorDash

Dropbox

Dynatrace

eBay

Engine Advocacy

Etsy

Facebook

Fastly

Flipboard

Foursquare Labs

Fuze

General Assembly

GitHub

Glassdoor

Google

GoPro

Harmonic

Hipmunk

Indiegogo

Intel

Jand, Inc. doing business as Warby Parker

Kargo Global

Kickstarter, PBC

Kind

Knotel

Levi Strauss & Co.

LinkedIn

Lithium Technologies

Lyft

Mapbox

Maplebear Inc. d/b/a Instacart

Marin Software

Medallia

A Medium Corporation

Meetup

Microsoft

Motivate International

Mozilla

Netflix

Netgear

NewsCred

Patreon

PayPal Holdings

Pinterest

Quora

Reddit

Rocket Fuel

SaaStr

Salesforce.com

Scopely

Shutterstock

Snap

Spokeo

Spotify USA

Square

Squarespace

Strava

Stripe

SurveyMonkey

TaskRabbit

Tech:NYC

Thumbtack

Turn

Twilio

Twitter

Turn

Uber Technologies

Via

Wikimedia Foundation

Workday

Y Combinator Management

Yelp

Zynga

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(h/t CNN; photo via Tim Warner/Getty)