College Students Pledge to Forgo Jobs at Tech Company Working with ICE

Maria Perez
Sep 18, 2019 - 6:47
College Students Pledge to Forgo Jobs at Tech Company Working with ICE

Over 1,400 students from 17 US colleges and universities have launched a petition to not work for or use products from software company Palantir because of its ongoing business with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The student-led campaign called #NoTechForIce, has been signed by over 1,400 people. The student group also criticizes universities that have partnered with the company while it accepts contracts from ICE. The organization’s website specifically mentions the University of California, Berkeley,...

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