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[–] maltespier 0 points 23 points (+23|-0) ago  (edited ago)

they reacted to their internal SJW outcry thinking there would be an internal uprising if they didn't fire this guy. If this case blows up and they suffer a defeat, I am hopeful we can expect a lot more law suits


[–] RoBatten 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The 2/3rds of their workforce that didn't "like" the journal posted on Google's "anonymous" network would have made a lot of problems, and the rest will just shut up or they'll be next. Unfortunately, I don't see a lawsuit prevailing. The journal's writer is not a "protected class," and he likely did violate some company policy. He'd probably have more luck challenging that specific policy than trying to get satisfied because he was fired. I feel badly for him. He only spoke the truth. Can't do that anywhere on the left coast . . .