More billionaires come out against the Second Amendment...
High-profile technology executives have called for increased gun control in the wake of the shooting at YouTube's headquarters that left at least three people injured and the suspect shooter dead.
The attack at the Google-owned video service's headquarters in San Bruno, California Tuesday was allegedly carried out by Nasim Najafi Aghdam, who killed herself after the shooting, according to law enforcement officials.
Technology CEOs including Apple's Tim Cook and Microsoft's Satya Nadella sent out messages of support, but some went further and called for stricter gun control.
Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey tweeted a link to the March For Our Lives page, a movement that is supporting stricter gun control, in response to a tweet from President Donald Trump.
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