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'Google covers up harassment and passes the trash': A Google engineer gave her employer both barrels after an explosive sexual misconduct report

'Google covers up harassment and passes the trash': A Google engineer gave her employer both barrels after an explosive sexual misconduct report
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An explosive New York Times report has delved into allegations of sexual misconduct at Google.




Engineer Liz Fong-Jones told the newspaper that Google "covers up harassment," and tweet stormed more details after the piece was published.




Fong-Jones said that one of the executives named by the Times was the director she referred to in a #MeToo blog about sexual assault last year.



A Google engineer has savaged the company's culture of sexual misconduct and harassment following an explosive report in The New York Times.
In a series of tweets, Liz Fong-Jones slammed Google senior managers for their "abuse of power relationships" after Android creator Rubin was accused of resigning with a $90 million exit package after a woman came forward saying he coerced her into oral sex in a hotel room.
"It is not okay to assault people. It is not okay to cheat. It is not okay to sexually harass. What's salacious about the NYT article is *not* the BDSM or the polyamory," Fong-Jones tweeted following the publication of the Times report. "It's the abuse of power relationships in situations where there was no consent, or consent was impossible."
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