“We’ve recognized that the company is generally seen as liberal by policymakers,” a government-relations executive told Google employees in February.
Rival browser maker DuckDuckGo found users got different results for the same search, even when they were logged out or using Incognito mode.
Companies say they will let employees sue over claims of harassment, rather than go through arbitration; but many policies don’t cover older cases, or other claims.
The e-cigarette maker says it will discontinue some flavors at retail outlets and shut down social media accounts ahead of an expected FDA crackdown.
Organizers of last week’s walkout say ending mandatory arbitration for individual harassment claims still thwarts collective action, among other concerns.
Proposition C, which will raise an additional $300 million a year for homeless services, was approved with roughly 60 percent of the vote.