Google Workers Unionize Claiming Firm Silences Anti-Trust, Monopoly Concerns

Following the creation of an Alphabet Workers Union led by employees at Google, a New York Times op-ed by the union’s leaders reveals Google silences employees who speak out on issues including “antitrust and monopoly power.” The revelation follows the Department of Justice (DOJ) suing Google for violating antitrust laws. Included in the op-ed entitled “We Built Google. This Is Not the Company We Want to Work For,” the Executive Chair and Vice-Chair of the newly-formed Alphabet Workers Union reveal how the tech giant “cracks down” on employees who address topics including antitrust and monopoly power: “Alphabet continues to crack down