Google Won’T Have To Show As A Great Deal Info As The Authorities Seeks

Federal investigators may then seek a second round of contact information from 3,000 individuals for follow-up interviews.
Under the proposed order, Google must still provide the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP, with more data related to employees’ demographic information.
Google has repeatedly rejected those allegations, while arguing in court that the Labor Department’s requests for data are onerous and would jeopardize the privacy of Google’s employees.
Google has 30 days from the moment the order becomes final to share that information.
A federal court in California moved on Friday to spare Google from turning over a trove of information about its employees to the U.S. government as the feds continue to investigate whether the tech giant underpays its female workers.

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