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Google employees demand tech giant protect users, workers after abortion ruling

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650 Google workers have signed a petition asking the company to protect users' abortion-related location data and search history. The move comes over concerns that law enforcement agencies will seek such data from Google to prosecute abortion seekers. Most of the workers belong to the Alphabet Workers' Union.
Published 6 months ago · Mountain View, United States

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Google workers demand abortion protections, data privacy

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6 months ago·United States
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