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'F--- you leakers': A former senior Google employee says a frantic quest to stop internal info getting out is now management's 'number one priority' (GOOGL)

Business Insider Saturday, 8 December 2018
'F--- you leakers': A former senior Google employee says a frantic quest to stop internal info getting out is now management's 'number one priority' (GOOGL)· *Jack Poulson, who quit Google in September over its search project in China, spoke about the company's culture of secrecy.*
· *He said managers are more concerned with stopping leaks than anything else.*
· *Poulson cited an engineer yelling "f--- you leakers" at an all-hands meeting as an example of the attitude to...
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