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Silicon Valley Can't Escape the Business of War

The sunny precincts of Silicon Valley have been wrestling for months with the question of whether technology companies should stay out of work related to the military. Google recently announced that it would no longer compete for a $10 billion Pentagon cloud computing contract. Microsoft employees have pressured its chief executive to do the same.

But one tech leader has been clear about his support for the Pentagon, saying, “If big tech companies are going

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