Lawsuit claims Google has internal 'spying program' to stop leaks


It might not all be free snacks and massages at Google headquarters.

A lawsuit filed by an anonymous product manager Tuesday alleges the Silicon Valley search company is violating California labor laws with its stringent confidentiality policies that include a “spying program,” according to a report Tuesday from news site The Information.

The suit says Google encourages employees to rat out other employees for leaking information. It also claims Google forbids employees from writing a novel about working at a Silicon Valley tech company without Google giving the fiction an OK.

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Source: Mashable

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