Google worker quits over ‘silencing’ of pro-Palestine voices

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A Google employee who slammed the tech giant’s $1.2 billion deal with the Israeli government has quit her lucrative job, after the company “retaliated” against her over her pro-Palestine campaigning. Ariel Koren, product manager at Google for Education, told colleagues she was quitting the company at the end of the week over the alleged targeting of her activism against Israeli human rights abuses. Koren campaigned against a $1.2 billion agreement between Google and Amazon to provide artificial intelligence tools and other services to the Israeli government over the country’s human rights abus…

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