The Internet Association, whose members include the likes of Amazon, Facebook and Google, has written an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump.
In July, 145 tech leaders called Donald Trump "a disaster for innovation." But now that he's been elected president, some of those companies are trying to appeal to his good graces.
The Internet Association -- a group of 40 top internet companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Netflix, Twitter, Uber and Yahoo -- issued an open letter on Monday that congratulates Donald Trump on his victory and offers a long list of policy positions they hope he'll consider during his time as president.
That list includes:
And many, more. You can the full proposed policy roadmap (PDF) right here.
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