Linden Lab is backing up its strong statement condemning Trump's anti-Muslim ban with deeds, officially joining the amicus brief opposing it in court that's been filed by... well, pretty much every well-known high tech company in Silicon Valley. (Uber and Tesla also just joined the brief, even though CEOs Travis Kalanick and Elon Musk were/are members of Trump's tech advisory committee.)
This also makes Linden Lab the first and so far only VR-focused tech company to join the brief. (That's not counting fellow signees Facebook, which own Oculus, or Google, which develops Daydream, or Microsoft, which develops HoloLens -- but those giants are not categorized by their VR products.) For all the billions of dollars invested in VR startups in the last few years, and general outrage in the VR industry over Palmer Luckey's covert Trump support, the Lab stands alone.
Speaking of which, Linden Lab is one of the few amicus members from the game/3D graphics/MMO/3D platform/etc.-focused industry:
Of the 127 which signed so far, only Bungie, Intel, Zynga are with Linden Lab in that category. The game industry is notably timid when it comes to public/political controversies, even when it directly impacts them -- remember GamerGate? -- so it's especially praiseworthy for the companies to come forward against Trump's anti-American, anti-Muslim policies now.