Google Sued for Discriminating Against White, Asian Men


Google is accused in a lawsuit of excluding white and Asian men in employment. A former recruiter says the Internet [fascists] giant fired him for complaining about hiring practices meant to boost diversity by discriminating against white and Asian men.

We totally believe Google did this.

Filed in San Mateo County Superior Court in January by Arne Wilberg, who worked as a recruiter for YouTube and Google, the suit accuses them of setting quotas.

Wilberg, a forty-year old white man, also alleged Google deleted records of diversity.

When Wilberg complained in November to HR about the “illegal and discriminatory hiring practices,” they fired him.

The lawsuit alleges: In April of 2017, Google’s Technology Staffing Management team was instructed by Allison Alogna to immediately cancel all Level 3 (0-5 years experience) software engineering interviews with every single applicant who was not either female, Black, or Hispanic and to purge entirely any applications by non-diverse employees from the hiring pipeline. Plaintiff refused to comply with this request.

Google spokeswoman Gina Scigliano said the company will vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit.

“We have a clear policy to hire candidates based on their merit, not their identity,” she said in an emailed statement. “At the same time, we unapologetically try to find a diverse pool of qualified candidates for open roles, as this helps us hire the best people, improve our culture, and build better products.”

Reddit has some white and Asian men discussing the issue, saying they were rejected by Google for no discernible reason.

Google has been under fire for having too many white and Asian men. As a result, they have been working on beefing up the numbers of blacks, women, and Hispanics.

Not the First to Charge Discrimination


  1. Much has been said how Star Trek had predicted certain technologies and it was presented in an idyllic future. Preceding that, were radio programs that were much more predictive and was presented more in a dystopic future. There are three that directly address how technology will negatively impact and effect a future society. In light of everything that is being done, and soon to come to pass, they should be looked at more of an education than entertainment. I believe the audio can be found on the internet.

    (A Logic Named Joe): First published in 1946
    The story is particularly noteworthy as a prediction of massively networked personal computers and their drawbacks, written at a time when computing was in its infancy.

    (There Will Come Soft Rains): A story from Ray Bradbury published in 1950
    The story begins by introducing the reader to a computer-controlled house that cooks, cleans and takes care of virtually every need that a well-to-do United States family could be assumed to have. The reader enters the text on the morning of April 28, 1985

    (With Folded Hands): It first appeared in the July 1947 issue of Astounding Science Fiction
    A seller of “Mechanicals” (unthinking robots that perform menial tasks) in the small town of Two Rivers, is startled to find a competitor’s store on his way home. They describe themselves as “Humanoids, small black robots who appear more advanced than anything.

    These were part of a radio series called Dimension X.

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