Over 1,100 students boycott Google, Amazon amid Project Nimbus controversy


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The No Tech for Apartheid (NOTA) coalition, a group of tech workers advocating for the termination of contracts between big tech firms and the Israeli government, is close to reaching its campaign goal. As reported by WIRED, over 1,100 STEM students and young professionals have pledged not to accept job offers from Google and Amazon. The reason behind their decision is the companies' involvement in "powering Israel's Apartheid system and genocide against Palestinians."