US President Donald Trump held a protest rally for the lost election. Trump’s supporters stormed the convention building in Washington DC after the rally, and the country was mixed. Technology giants, who did not remain silent on this situation, called for Trump to be dismissed. Companies that support this view include companies such as Pfizer and Toyota.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: Lawlessness and violence
The US National Manufacturers Association, which consists of more than 14,000 companies, including companies such as Pfizer and Toyota, called for Trump’s dismissal. The companies announced that the handover ceremony on January 20 should not be expected.
Apart from the Trump call of tech giants, Google CEO Sundar Pichai also made a statement on the issue. Pichai commented on the problem posed by Trump supporters, “Lawlessness and violence are against democracy, we condemn it.”
Censorship came to Trump from social media platforms
The first reaction of the tech world to Donald Trump was the practice of censorship. Trump first received restrictions from the social media giant for making misleading posts on the subject on Twitter.
A similar decision came from Facebook and Instagram in a short time after this decision. Social media giant Trump has been banned from sharing for 24 hours due to his posts regarding the raid on the congress.