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Trump's Immigration Visa Reform

Trump’s next immigration order could be bad news for the tech sector

January 30th, 2017

President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is wreaking havoc at airports across the country, but the administration still won’t take any action to fix it in spite of all the negative feedback it’s received over the weekend. Judges, high-ranking Republicans, movie stars, and tech companies have expressed their concern with Trump’s ban over the last few …

Google crisis fund

Google fights Trump’s immigration ban with $4 million crisis fund

January 30th, 2017

President Trump has started a movement alright, but it might not be the movement he expected. In response to Trump’s highly controversial executive order on immigration last week, Google created a $4 million crisis fund ($2 million directly from Google that can be matched up to $2 million by employees) which will support the following …

Trump Immigration Policy

From Apple to Tesla, Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies thrash Trump’s new immigration policy

January 29th, 2017

President Donald Trump this past Friday signed off on an Executive Order which restricts refugees from 7 predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States for a period of 90 days. In turn, Trump’s new immigration initiative has been widely criticized from all angles and has sparked sharp criticism and waves of protests across the country.

Trump Twitter security

The official POTUS Twitter account is only secured with Gmail

January 26th, 2017

The easiest way to gain control of a Twitter account isn’t to go password-guessing — it’s to hack the email address associated with the account, which controls password resets. So hypothetically speaking, if you were the leader of the free world and the owner of @POTUS, one of the few Twitter accounts that could conceivably …