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[–] 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 . . .