Fired engineer: Google tried to shame me

Fired engineer: Google tried to shame me

Fired engineer: Google tried to shame me

Former Google engineer James Damore's memo on diversity generated lots of controversy.

She concluded that there was no truth in Dimore's suggestion that there is a biological reason there are fewer women in tech leadership.

He wrote that when the document went viral, "the upper management sent angry emails to Google's human-resources department and everyone up his management chain, demanding censorship, retaliation and atonement".

Other ads are criticizing Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who fired Damore in a company email made available to the public.

Pichai earlier said parts of the 3,300-word manifesto crossed the line by "advancing harmful gender stereotypes" in the workplace.

Google has cancelled a company-wide "town hall" meeting due to fears of employee harassment. Brown locked her account this week after being inundated with hateful tweets for her critical response to an engineer's controversial memo attacking Google's diversity efforts. Around half of the 60 women considering suing Google are current employees, Finberg said, adding that over a dozen women admitted that discrimination at work played a role in their leaving the firm. It has become an all-out culture war outside the company, as well, putting Google and its employees in the crosshairs. In the meantime, the fired Google employee has been thrust into the spotlight and gained several job offers. Screenshots of the questions with names attached had been leaked, although none with names had been published as of late Thursday, a Google spokeswoman said. Does it make sense to have, say, 85 percent of those website coders be male? In addition to the WSJ, he has given interviews to Bloomberg, spoken at length with two YouTube personalities popular with alt-right and right-wing audiences, Stefan Molyneux and Jordan B. Peterson, and he did a photoshoot with alt-right photographer Peter Duke.

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One of the world's leading philosophers, Peter Singer, believes that Google was wrong in firing Damore.

Damore's Twitter account has nearly 60,000 followers despite starting days ago.

The female employees of the tech giant contend that they have earned less than men at Google despite equal qualifications and comparable positions, the report quoted James Finberg, the civil rights attorney working on the possible legal action on behalf of the employees, as saying.

Google did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Following Damore's memo, some "minority Googlers" were hurt by the "perception they are less qualified", according to one question posted to the company's internal message boards for the all-hands meeting. It signifies their belief that liberals stifle free speech by humiliating right-wing voices.

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