The Google software developer who was fired for speaking truth to power in "Google's ideological echo chamber" has just been offered a job by a man infamous for doing the same thing. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he'd be proud to employ the so-called "anti-diversity" former Google employee James Damore.
WikiLeaks founder, the controversial computer hacker and intelligence leaker who has been claiming diplomatic asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, issued a series of tweets over the last few days commenting on the falsely labeled "anti-diversity" memo at Google and the company's handling of the situation.
"Identity politics 2.0 wars come to Google. Oh no. But mass spying is fine since its equal opportunity predation," he wrote when the story first broke.