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Google Bows To One Demand By Protesters

Google executives promised to become more forceful and open about how it handles sexual misconduct cases within the company. The change comes one week after thousands of engineers and others employees walked out in protest.  The company agreed to one of the demands made by protesters. The company will drop mandatory arbitration of all sexual misconduct cases. With the change it becomes optional, so workers can choose to sue in court and present their case in front of a jury.

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