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In a memo circulated by leadership, Google told employees that they must comply with vaccine policies or they face losing pay and then losing their job.
The document said most U.S. employees will fall under their vaccine requirements, which stem from President Biden’s executive order.
While much of the tech industry is delaying return-to-work plans, Google is gearing up to get back into the office and is showing little patience for the unvaccinated.
Google has told its employees they will lose pay — and will eventually be fired — if they don’t comply with the company’s Covid-19 vaccination policy, according to internal documents viewed by CNBC.
A memo circulated by leadership said employees had until Dec. 3 to declare their vaccination status and upload documentation showing proof, or to apply for a medical or religious exemption. The company said after that date it would start contacting employees who hadn’t uploaded their status or were unvaccinated, as well as those whose exemption requests weren’t approved.
The document said employees who haven’t complied with the vaccination rules by the Jan. 18 deadline will be placed on “paid administrative leave” for 30 days. After that, the company will put them on “unpaid personal leave” for up to six months, followed by termination.
A Google spokesperson said in a statement that, “our vaccination requirements are one of the most important ways we can keep our workforce safe and keep our services running,” and added that the company stands “behind our vaccination policy.”
While much of the tech industry continues to push back return-to-work plans and companies large and small prepare for a flexible future, Google is requiring its workforce to eventually come into physical offices three days a week at some point in the new year. And it’s showing limited patience for those who refuse to get vaccines, which have been widely available for months.
The Biden administration has ordered U.S. companies with 100 or more workers to ensure their employees are fully vaccinated or regularly tested for Covid-19 by Jan. 18. A federal court issued a stay on the order in early November, putting a halt to the administration’s efforts.
Still, Google asked its more than 150,000 employees to upload their vaccination status to its internal systems, whether they plan to come into the office or not, and the company indicated it plans to follow President Joe Biden’s executive order.
“We expect that almost all roles at Google in the US will fall within the scope of the executive order,” Google’s memo said. “Anyone entering a Google building must be fully vaccinated or have an approved accommodation that allows them to work or come onsite,” the company said, adding that “frequent testing is not a valid alternative to vaccination.”
Google and parent company Alphabet have been staunchly behind vaccines since the middle of the year.
CEO Sundar Pichai announced in July that the company would require vaccinations for those returning to offices. At the time, the plan was to reopen in January. But in early December, amid ongoing concerns about infection numbers, Google told U.S. employees it would not yet require them to return to offices. However, leadership encouraged employees to continue coming in “where conditions allow to reconnect with colleagues in person and start regaining the muscle memory of being in the office more regularly.”
The vaccine mandate has not been universally accepted by employees. Several hundred Google workers have signed and circulated a manifesto opposing the company’s requirements, which leadership said would apply to all employees, even those working from home, who engage directly or indirectly with federal government contracts.
In the latest guidance, Google details some options for those who don’t want to get to vaccinated. The company said employees can “explore” if there are any roles at Google that don’t conflict with the executive order. They can also request exemptions for religious beliefs or medical conditions, which Google previously said would be granted on a case-by-case basis.
For employees with roles that happen to fall outside the scope of the executive order that can also be performed out of the office, the company said they will be able to “permanently work remotely going forward.”
Employees placed on unpaid personal leave will be able to keep their benefits for the first 92 days, the memo said. If after six months they still aren’t in compliance with the mandate, “their employment with Google will end.”
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Filing suit in response to whistleblower allegations which have rocked Facebook, the attorney general of Ohio, Dave Yost, accused the social media company of “creating misery and divisiveness for profit”. Yost sued Meta – as Facebook was recently renamed – after revelations from the whistleblower Frances Haugen shocked consumers and sent stock prices tumbling. Filed in the northern district of California, the Ohio suit claims that chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and associates violated federal securities law by knowingly deceiving the public.“Facebook said it was looking out for our children and weeding out online trolls, but in reality was creating misery and divisiveness for profit,” Yost said.“We are not people to Mark Zuckerberg, we are the product and we are being used against each other out of greed.”The litigation comes amid a larger backlash against Zuckerberg and his online empire, after Haugen shared what the suit calls “a trove of internal company documents” showing Facebook’s complicity in the harm its platforms cause. Through Wall Street Journal articles and other reportage, Haugen’s leaks uncovered how little Facebook’s leadership was doing to protect users or even abide by its own rules. The revelations have further eroded trust in the social media behemoth and caused financial repercussions. Between 13 September and 21 October – as the Wall Street Journal published its exposés – “Facebook’s stock price declined by $54.08 a share, or over 14%”, the Ohio lawsuit states. Yost filed the complaint on behalf of Facebook investors and the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, a public pension fund affected by falls in Facebook shares. The suit relies on Haugen’s evidence to assert that Facebook knew its platforms “facilitate dissension, illegal activity and violent extremism, and cause significant harm to users, especially children” but refused to meaningfully course-correct.“This matter arises from an egregious breach of public trust by Facebook, which knowingly exploited its most vulnerable users – including children throughout the world – in order to drive corporate profits,” the complaint says. A Facebook spokesperson said the lawsuit was “without merit” and said the company would fight it. The Associated Press contributed reporting.
The EU Commission plans to overturn all existing IT security measures. The plan: automatic scans of all content on the Internet and the use of “artificial intelligence” are to fight crime. The regulation was announced by EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson for the beginning of December. A group of academic experts called the goals of the EU Commission’s monitoring plans simply “illusory”.
New escalation level In fact, the EU is thereby establishing a “police state regime”. In addition, one creates a gateway for secret services and cyber gangs, warn the experts in the study entitled “Bugs in our pockets”.
Facebook and Apple soon abandoned the voluntary field test. Scanning all images before uploading resulted in a large number of incorrect hits. The EU’s plans also include scanning text messages and chats. In July 2020, EU plans were also announced to lift end-to-end encryption. This advance also caused outrage. The new regulation is “far more insidious than all previous approaches such as key deposit”. Preventive mass scans are even more violent than monitoring individual telephones. Everything should be scanned around the clock, without specific suspicion and without a court order. This means that a “red line” has been crossed.
Snowden warns Edward Snowden, who is in exile in Russia, is certain: “If you weaken encryption, people die,” the former secret agent wrote in a statement.
“I learned firsthand how governments can abuse their power to access innocent people’s personal information in the name of national security,” said Snowden. “Weak encryption would be a colossal mistake that could endanger thousands of lives.”
Even if politicians rightly claim that criminals use encryption, so would suppressed demonstrators or people who are discriminated against. Politicians who wanted to put Snowden in jail would also use encryption, as would journalists, to protect their sources. “Encryption makes us all safer,” says Snowden.