At the beginning of December, The Intercept reported on eight major American technology firms unwilling to state on the record that they would not help the Trump administration create a national Muslim registry. Since then, 22 different advocacy groups petitioned those companies to respond —today, Facebook breaks its silence.

The following statement was issued to The Intercept by a Facebook spokesperson:

“No one has asked us to build a Muslim registry, and of course we would not do so.”

The statement comes the day after another Facebook rep accidentally emailed BuzzFeed News, dismissing the question of the Muslim registry as a “straw man.” This now makes Facebook and Twitter the only two companies willing to say they will not help build an unconstitutional, draconian list of Muslims. If any of the rest would like to join, we encourage you to do so.

Top photo: People walk past the Facebook “Like” symbol at the Facebook Innovation Hub on February 24, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.