'We can't trust Google': former executive says company has lost its way

Ross LaJeunesse, former head of international relations, says he was forced out after reporting discriminatory practices

A former Google executive claims he was pushed out of the company over his advocacy of human rights, alleging in a public blogpost that the company is increasingly putting profits over people.

Ross LaJeunesse, the former head of international relations at Google and now a Democratic candidate for US Senate in Maine, said he was forced to leave the company after reporting discriminatory practices, and that his work to combat censorship was at odds with Google’s desires to expand into a growing market in China.

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Source: theguardian