Google Puts Whistleblower Amplified by James O’Keefe on Administrative Leave

Google senior software engineer Gregory Coppola admitted in a video released this morning that Big Tech is taking sides politically.

Gregory Coppola, the Google senior software engineer who revealed Google’s abuse of its technology to James O’Keefe and Project Veritas, has been placed on administrative leave by Google.

Coppola went public with his serious concerns about Google in an on-camera interview that was published this morning.

Coppola admitted Big Tech is “taking sides in a political context,” and also said in the video, “It’s a time to decide, do we run the technology, does the technology run us?”

The video was shared by news outlets across the internet, and now Google has taken action against Coppola, placing him on “administrative leave.”

Google is one of four companies likely to face investigation by the Justice Department’s antitrust investigation that was announced yesterday.

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Andrew Meyer