Street Artist Trolls Google Offices With Fake Ads In Protest Of James Damore FiringChris Menahan
Aug. 12, 2017
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Street artist Sabo put up fake Google advertisements outside Google's offices in California to protest their firing of diversity manifesto author James Damore.
On Friday, a street artist who goes by the name Sabo took credit for plastering anti-Google fake ads just outside Google offices in Santa Monica and Venice, California.Incidentally, David Brooks of all people in the New York Times on Friday called for Pichai to resign.
"Either Pichai is unprepared to understand the research (unlikely), is not capable of handling complex data flows (a bad trait in a C.E.O.) or was simply too afraid to stand up to a mob," Brooks said.
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