Correction: Dozens of Google employees protest use of company’s tech for war in Gaza – The Mercury News


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An April 17 article about protests of a Google cloud-computing contract with the Israeli government incorrectly reported some facts about a sit-in protest that targeted Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian’s office. The sit-in, attended by more than a dozen people, took place outside of Kurian’s office and did not obstruct normal work or prevent anyone from entering or exiting the area. Google engineer Marie Vachovsky was not among those who joined the sit-in.

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