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A Middle Eastern Airline Is Mocking Trump’s Electronics Ban on Twitter

Starting this week, anyone flying on Royal Jordanian’s routes to the United States from cities like Amman won’t be allowed to bring any electronic device bigger than a smartphone into the cabin. And Royal Jordanian is expressing its displeasure with some next-level subtweets. Read More >>

politics
US Bans Electronic Devices on Flights From 8 Muslim Countries in ‘Muslim Ban by a Thousand Cuts’

A former Trump administration official has called it “a Muslim ban by a thousand cuts.” And another slice was taken this morning. Read More >>

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Dear US Visitors: Homeland Security Would Like Your Passwords, Please

Last night, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly was grilled by the House Homeland Security Committee on Trump’s Muslim ban, when he let slip an unusual strategy under consideration: demanding passwords from visa applicants. Read More >>

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IBM Remains Spineless as 31 More Companies Oppose Trump’s Muslim Ban

The list of companies opposing President Trump’s discriminatory Muslim travel ban has grown. Late yesterday, 31 companies added their names to an amicus brief opposing the ban, claiming that it hurts business. The total is now 127 companies, but there’s still one high profile tech company that hasn’t grown a backbone: IBM. Read More >>

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96 Companies Just Told Trump Where He Can Shove His Muslim Ban

Last night, 96 companies filed a legal briefing that objects to President Trump’s Muslim ban. But they’re not just doing it because it’s the right thing to do. The filing makes it clear that Trump is disrupting business. Read More >>

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Counter-Terrorism Programme That Partners With Facebook to Refocus Its Efforts Only on Islam

The latest development in Donald Trump’s controversial treatment of the Muslim community is a new plan to rename the “Countering Violent Extremism” programme to “Countering Islamic Extremism.” The plan calls for the programme to no longer focus on all terrorist groups—like white supremacists—and solely target potential Muslim extremists. Read More >>