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Google fires employee who protested company's work with US border patrol
U.S.POLITICSBUSINESS

Google fires employee who protested company's work with US border patrol

Published: November 26, 2019  |  3 min read, 582 words
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On Friday, about 200 employees rallied outside Google’s office in San Francisco to demand that two suspended worker activists be reinstated. By Monday, at least one of the suspended workers said she had been fired, with reports that three other Google staffers had also been let go. Rebecca Rivers, a software engineer at Google who had been involved with internal protests against Google’s work with US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), announced her firing on Twitter on Monday afternoon. Three other Google staffers were also fired Monday, according to an internal company memo obtained by... READ MORE
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November 26, 2019
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This article stacks the deck by providing quotes from only one side of the accusation. The only quotes in the piece are from disgruntled former Google employees. I understand that given the nature of the story this is who would be quoted, but they should have asked Google for comment or let readers know if Google issued a public comment on the matter.
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November 26, 2019
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This article is completely one sided, there is no comment or response from Google, and the employees speaking out clearly have an axe to grind here.
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