Judge William H. Alsup of the northern district of California. He’s a particularly interesting person, because he has a clue about programming. He taught himself, decades ago, for hobby.
And my goodness does it come in handy nowadays. I found the (long) interview an interesting read. The difference between artistic work and functional matter is highly relevant, but difficult to discern for someone without a clue about coding (most lawyers, judges and juries).
I also noted his middle name is Haskell, whereas he does his pretty nifty programming in QuickBASIC.
Most companies choose their customers. Some merely do so as a side-effect of their cost structure and the priorities their sales people apply, other (particularly service-oriented) companies might review during the initial contact whether their way of working suits the structure of the potential client.
Some also choose on the basis of their beliefs.
Cloudflare posted an article after dropping the daily stormer as a client, explaining the trigger reason, their process, and the overall issues with considering such things. It’s very thoughtful.