How government drones, censorship, and more made Google workers unionize

The Alphabet Workers Union is a major turning point in a long history of worker organizing and activism at one of the world’s largest tech companies. To understand this new force and what it’s fighting for, we spoke with AWU’s Executive Vice Chair Chewy Shaw and former Google employee and tech labor organizer Meredith Whittaker.

Google’s policy on harassment, discrimination, retaliation, standards of conduct, and workplace concerns: https://services.google.com/fh/files/blogs/policy_workplace_concerns.pdf

Alphabet Workers Union history page: https://alphabetworkersunion.org/principles/history/

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