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Opposing the agreement with Israel: Google fired 28 employees









Leader Online Desk: Google has fired 28 of its employees for opposing the deal with Israel. It is also made clear that such behavior has no place in the company and will not be tolerated.

Google has signed a cloud-computing deal with Israel called Project Nimbus, The Verge reports. Against this, the employees of two Google offices had recently protested. On Tuesday, some employees refused to move from the office of Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian for more than eight hours. He was also arrested. In this case, Google has made it clear that such behavior has no place in the company and will not be tolerated.

Such behavior has no place in the company

Google has clarified that some employees staged sit-ins at the tech giant's New York and Sunnyvale offices to protest a cloud-computing deal with Israel called Project Nimbus. They occupied office premises, vandalized our property. Also obstructed the work of other employees. Following the investigation, we have terminated 28 employees. We are going to investigate this matter further. Such behavior has no place in our company.

The majority of our employees work well. But some think we're going to ignore behavior that violates our policies. So they should think again. The company has also clarified that the company has taken this issue very seriously.

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