Sina Technology News on the morning of June 25, Beijing time. According to reports, the US Supreme Court overthrew the ruling of the "Roy Case Wade Case" on Friday and ended the abortion rights given to women since the US Constitution since 1973. After that, many science and technology leaders have publicly opposed it.
Salesforce Ceo, Marc Benioff, Microsoft co -founder Bill Gates, and Meta Coo Sandberg, who is about to leave, and the upcoming departure. Opposition.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, and many venture capitalists who often publish political views It is still silent to this ruling so far.
Musk's Twitter account has 99.5 million fans. He published a tweet in May through the account in May: "The birth rate of the United States has been lower than the minimum sustainable level of 50 years."
In September 2021, Musk refused to discuss the rigorous abortion restrictions in Texas and said he was unwilling to participate in political topics. However, Greg Abbott, Governor of Dezhou, said that the Tesla CEO supports their "social policy". Musk also recently stated that he would consider voting to support the president of Florida Governor De Santis. De Santis is currently promoting more stringent abortion restrictions in Florida.
The U.S. Supreme Court overthrowing the "Roy Case of the Wade" will enable states in the United States to have the right to formulate their own abortion laws, including completely prohibiting all surgery and drug abortion. According to the analysis of the Gute Mach Institute, after the ruling, a total of 21 states in the United States may strictly restrict and even completely ban abortion.
The abortion ban in Louisiana, Missouri, Kentucky and South Dakota has come into effect immediately.
When abortion is no longer legal, or abortion cannot be performed through regular channels, people may face fatal health risks in some cases. For example, in 2012, a 31 -year -old dentist named Savita Halappanavar was refused to abandon when she had a miscarriage in Ireland, causing her to die. The incident caused a series of campaigns, and Ireland subsequently revised the law to allow legal abortion.
The following is a comment published by a number of science and technology bosses on Friday local time:
Salesforce CEO Mark Bennov
"I believe that no matter what happens, the CEOs have the responsibility to take care of their employees. Salesforce will transfer employees when employees feel threatened or discriminated against. Welfare and care, we will definitely support you. Will it! "
Microsoft co -founder Bill Gates
"This is a sad day. Rejection of the" Roy's voices "is an unfair and unacceptable backstur. This will put women's lives in risks, especially the most vulnerable women."
Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson
"This is the dark day in our country's history. Improper deprivation of basic human rights will affect the most weak women in the entire country. Twilio and I will support the choice of every woman."
"Whether it is the safety of guns, women's rights or even voting officials, the government is becoming more and more difficult to reflect the wishes of most people -many times the majority. We need to reform."
"I think the legitimacy of our government has begun to face doubts. The division of the constituencies in the House of Representatives is unfair, and the Senate is led by a few people who have obstructed the discussion. Reform. "
The upcoming Meta CoO Shirley Sandberg
"I have heard my mother told me that our country's encounter before the Roy case. My mother has a friend or even go abroad to abandon abortion. Most women have no ability to do this; some people go to the black market to abort This often causes serious security issues, and even destroy Huang Quan. All women know that on the one hand, they want to control their future and health, and on the other hand, they must follow the discipline and law, but they may have to be in these two. Make a difficult choice. "
"I never thought that my mother's past would become my daughter's future. I couldn't believe that when my three daughters went to college, the rights they enjoyed were less than me."
"The ruling of the Supreme Court threatened the health and life of millions of girls and women. It may cause women to make progress in the workplace into black, and they may deprive women's economic power. Women's dreams will become more and more difficult to be difficult Realization. For women with the least resources in hand, the impact will be particularly serious. "
"This is a huge retrogression. For ourselves, for our daughter, and for every generation of each generation, we must continue to fight. Unite, we must protect and expand abortion rights."
Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman (Jeremy Stoppelman)
"Today's Supreme Court ruling threatened the health of women and denied their human rights, and it may also disintegrate our progress in the equality of gender in the workplace since the Roy. Business leaders must now open their voice and call on Congress to write abortion rights to write the right to abortion rights. Enter the law. "
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki
"As the CEO, I realized that today's Supreme Court ruling has caused many opinions. As a woman, this is a devastating retrogression. I personally think that every woman should choose when and how to become a mother. Fertility is a kind of human rights. "