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The Google engineer fired for his 'sexist' memo has posted a new Twitter profile photo of him wearing a 'Goolag' shirt in the same style as the tech giant's logo.
James Damore created the new Twitter account on Wednesday brandishing himself as a truth teller.
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The account, which has the Twitter handle @Fired4Truth, has attracted more than 12,000 followers in just one day.
The 28-year-old's new profile photo with the Goolag shirt reference seems to compare the tech giant to Soviet Russia's infamous 'gulag' prison camps where workers were starved to death.
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It came as Google CEO Sundar Pichai canceled an internal all-hands meeting on Thursday that was meant to address gender discrimination following Damore's internal memo being leaked and subsequently going viral.
The meeting was cancelled when employee questions for management began to leak online from Google's internal messaging service.
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The names of the employees asking the questions were also leaked and some found themselves the target of alt-right websites.
Pichai said in an email to staff that several Google employees became fearful for their safety and grew concerned about being outed for speaking up at the town hall.
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He said the company will aim to create several other forums 'where people can feel comfortable to speak freely.'
The town hall was meant to hear out employee grievances over a flareup that began last weekend after Damore circulated a memo that claimed biological gender differences helped explain why women are underrepresented at the company.
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Google fired Damore on Monday.
The software engineer, who was anonymous at first, spoke out for the first time in an interview on right-winger Stefan Molyneaux's YouTube show on Tuesday.
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He defended his diatribe that claimed women were not biologically cut out for the tech industry.
In the more than 45-minute interview, Damore revealed that he wrote the controversial memo during a 12-hour flight to...
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