At Google, you can discuss just about anything. Except antitrust. Good look inside the Googleplex, by
🚨🔥 from Google trains its employees to label mundane communication as "Attorney/Client Privileged" + CC in-house counsel. This explains why much of the report cited evidence that was collected before their 1st antitrust probe.
if you're counting down the hours and minutes until the DOJ suit against Google because you just can't get ENOUGH antitrust content, may I recommend this story which disappeared yesterday into an iPhone 12 vortex?
Google employees are not shy about discussing anything and everything. But when it comes to antitrust, they know that it's better to say less. A story on how Google employees have learned to live with a decade of antitrust scrutiny
"Employees are told to include a lawyer among the recipients and to type “A/C Priv, seeking advice” in the body of the email."
Google Employees Are Free to Speak Up. Except on Antitrust. bill gates is laughing
Action: Antitrust authorities use hot docs to support their conclusions. Reaction: Firms instruct employees not mention antitrust issues in internal comms. This game of cat and mouse would disappear if authorities built their cases the right way.
Google employees' version of Voldemort (he who shall not be named) is antitrust. Truly bonkers story from
Google Employees Are Free to Speak Up. Except on Antitrust.
read this story on the absurd lengths google goes to treat the word "antitrust" like voldemort
Google Employees Are Free to Speak Up. Except on Antitrust.