One of the leaders of a mass walkout last year in protest of Google’s handling of sexual misconduct cases has left the company, Bloombergreports. Meredith Whittaker was the founder of Google’s Open Research Group and served with AI Now, an ethics organization which criticizes the use of technology in areas like policing and surveillance.

Last November, Whittaker and six colleagues organized a walkout after it emerged that Google paid large sums to executives who were accused of sexual harassment. The protesters demanded an end to forced arbitrationin harassment and discrimination cases and greater transparency over pay and job opportunities.

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