Accuracy in Media

Gizmodo published the “full” ten-page memo from a Google employee, who dove into the divide at Google between diversity hires and quality hires. The employee was fired after the memo became public, but it was discovered that the memo actually had data in it.

Gizmodo’s version did not include the data, but only the general text in the memo. Why the omission?

The Federalist obtained the complete copy of the memo, which you can read here.





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