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Google employees petition San Francisco Pride to drop their company

About 100 Google employees want the firm to be removed as a sponsor and barred from having a presence at this weekend’s parade. The effort follows a company memo that visibly protesting YouTube while marching in Google’s parade contingent would violate the latter firm’s code of conduct. Earlier this month, YouTube declined to remove conservative commentator Steven Crowder’s videos after Vox host Carlos Maza flagged that they contained homophobic and racist slurs targeting him.(Bloomberg)

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