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Google employees have been donating heavily to Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders, in spite of the fact that, in both of the 2020 presidential candidates are leading the charge to the break-up of Great Technology.
According to data from the Federal election commission, has been compiled and analysed by Recode, Google employees donated $87,066 to Warren, and $58,266 to Freak out in the first two quarters of the year. Even though South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg received the second-highest total ($73,319), it is not as critical as it is of a Great Technology in terms of calling for the break-up of Facebook, Google, and Amazon.
Google employees gave the money to the Sanders, and Warren, told Recode that the next Google will be able to help consumers and to promote greater technical innovation, as a result of increased competition. Some said that they thought the regulation was to force Google to revert back to it’s startup roots.
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Warren, the break-up of the tech-giants, such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook as a central plank of her campaign for the Democratic nomination, including the process of a major merger, and the separation of certain of the services provided by each of the parent and the company. Sanders, who is under pressure on Amazon to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour – it has been said that he was open to a break up, however, he has not provided much by way of specific information.
All these companies are all under the scrutiny of the US regulators on antitrust and privacy grounds.
With the support of the Googlers for the Democrats, who are critical of the Silicon Valley, which seems to be part of a larger wave of activism is coming from tech workers are demanding the payment of their own funds, and a more robust policy against sexual harassment, to more ethical practices, AI, and greater transparency in the work of the united states army.
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