Mistrust | Google cuts meetings to stop staff leaking info

Google cuts meetings to stop staff leaking info

Tech behemoth Google has announced a new effort to clamp down on employees exposing company information, Gizmodo reported.

In a company-wide email, which has also since been leaked, CEO Sundar Pichai revealed that the company will be scaling back its weekly ‘TGIF’ town halls to a once-monthly, strictly business meeting due to ‘a coordinated effort to share our conversations outside of the company after every TGIF’. Pichai wrote in the email that he knows the coordinated leakage ‘is new information to many of you’.

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