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Google workers protest 'culture of retaliation' with sit-in

Google employees staged a sit-in Wednesday to protest what they call a "culture of retaliation" at the company - the latest in a series of demonstrations by tech industry workers.

It's unclear how many employees participated in the sit-in, but organizer Meredith Whittaker tweeted that hundreds of people protested at the New York office Wednesday morning.

The demonstration comes

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