Facebook chief launches immigration advocacy group

Top tech companies are lobbying lawmakers in Washington to make what they believe are needed changes in immigration laws that will expand the IT talent base in the U.S. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has started an advocacy group called Fwd.us to push for immigration reform as well as increased government investment in science research. The group's supporters include executives from Google, Netflix and Yahoo.

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