Google Workers Sue Over Firings Stemming From Border Project (1)

Nov. 29, 2021, 9:04 PM

Three former Google employees sued the technology giant claiming they were wrongfully fired for challenging a plan to collaborate with the Trump administration’s border security agencies.

They claim that in addition to being falsely accused of leaking information about the Alphabet Inc.’s unit’s plans to the media, they were also targeted because they were gay or trans.

Rebecca Rivers, Sophie Waldman and Paul Duke claim that in opposing Google’s plans to work with agencies responsible for separating children from their parents and caging immigrants, they were simply abiding by Google’s “Don’t Be Evil” mandate.

“Google decided to start punishing ...

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