Fired Google employee criticises company's intolerance

Staffer who wrote controversial memo about women in technology has spoken out for first time since he was fired.

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    A Google staffer who wrote a controversial memo about women in technology has spoken out for the first time since he was fired. Google has been trying to smoothen over the controversy caused by the memo, which suggested biological differences were behind the low number of women in tech jobs.


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