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The alphabet on the board of directors to review how the officers handled the claims of sexual harassment, and other acts of misconduct — including those of the actions taken by the company’s Chief Legal Officer, David Drummond, who has been accused of having a relationship with the staff.

An independent sub-committee has reportedly been formed to address the issues, and the board of directors has hired an outside law firm, according to CNBC. The alphabet is the parent company of Google.

The $90 million payment to a former Google executive, Andy Rubin — after an internal probe found the sexual assault charges against him to be credible — has led to a wave of protests in the tech giant, which started out with 20,000 employees worldwide, in November last year.

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A Google employee holds a sign during a walkout to protest how the tech-giant is treated as sexual misconduct on Jackson Square, in New York, New York, united states of america, on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018.
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Jennifer Blakely, a former Google manager, wrote an essay in August of the Medium of which the relationship with the One who was married at the time, painted an unflattering picture of a man who doesn’t think twice about violating Google’s policy against dating subordinates.

“David was well aware of the fact that our relationship is in violation of Google’s policy, which was to ‘discourage the direct reporting-line relationship to the outright banning of them,” she wrote.

Drummond, who received $47 million in salaries, and the shareholders ‘ equity of the previous year, according to the united states Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) reports of police misconduct, the latest U.s. tech executive for the #MeToo-time.

Drummond, released the following statement to news outlets when the Blakely blog has been published.

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David Drummond, senior vice president, corporate development and chief legal officer of Google, Inc., at its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., on March 11, 2011.
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“The bill raises a lot of claims are made about ourselves and other people, including our son and my ex-wife,” he said. As you might expect, there are two sides to all of the conversations, and the details of Her story, and I have a very different idea about what is going on. I have discussed these claims directly with Jennifer, and I am now focusing on the details of our relationship with our employer. … Other than Her, I’ve never started a relationship with someone who worked at Google or in Writing. Any suggestion otherwise is simply not true.”

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