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Four Fired Google Employees To File Labor Charges

Google says that four of its workers were fired for "clear and repeated violations of our data security policies," according to a memo obtained by Bloomberg. In interviews with the Guardian on Monday, the workers said they were fired to quash organizing oppositions, which is in violation of federal labor laws. The four plan to file charges known as unfair labor practices with the National Labor Relations Board, the U.S. government agency tasked with enforcing labor law.

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