Emails obtained by the Guardian raise questions about Marc Benioff’s handling of protests over links to US immigration agency

The technology company Salesforce is facing mounting pressure to cancel its contract with US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), with protests targeting its CEO, Marc Benioff, on Tuesday.

Emails from Benioff, recently obtained by the Guardian, have also raised questions about the billionaire founder’s response to the backlash against his cloud computing company. CBP, a law enforcement agency that carries out Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda, began using Salesforce products this year to “manage border activities” and “modernize its recruiting process”.

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