The now famous Google engineer James Damore is out of a job, although Julian Assange says that WikiLeaks would be offering the outspoken critic of women's brain power a job, writes Vanity Fair.
In a companywide email, Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, said portions of the memo had crossed the company's code of conduct “by advancing harmful gender stereotypes in our workplace.”
“The memo has clearly impacted our co-workers, some of whom are hurting and feel judged based on their gender,” Mr. Pichai wrote. “Our co-workers shouldn’t have to worry that each time they open their mouths to speak in a meeting, they have to prove that they are not like the memo states, being ‘agreeable’ rather than ‘assertive,’ showing a ‘lower stress tolerance,’ or being ‘neurotic.’”
Damore's memo entitled 'Google's Ideological Echo Chamber' went viral over the weekend, as it condemned Google's "politically correct monoculture' that silences conservative viewpoints that embraces the biological differences between men and women.