Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG) Reaches a Settlement With Former Employees Who Had Filed a Lawsuit

Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG) has reached a settlement agreement with its previous employees who’d claimed the company fired them for organizing. As per the agreement, the company will not reinstate four of them. One of the workers still works for Google.

In 2019, the employees had rallied against the company for its questionable actions, including working with the Customs and Border Protection which was under fire for its treatment of immigrants.

Google launches update for Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

Google has also launched updates for its Pixel 6 and 6 Pro devices. These updates include better night photography on Snapchat, YouTube support for watch parties via Google Duo, and custom stickers.

With the future of Google Stadia uncertain, many subscribers could want to cancel their subscription to the service. Fortunately, the process is simple. However, this can also come with advantages and disadvantages. You could lose all games you played for free in the service and regain all your purchased games.

Choosing between Google and Ooma Telo can be difficult. However, while both services have free options, Ooma has more benefits for its paid services. Ooma also gives a higher quality for calls.

Russia is restricting information to its citizens

The Russian government is intent on restricting information to its citizen. For example, the country is trying to make Google ban URLs with VPNs despite about 400,000 downloading the service daily to access news from websites the government has blocked.

This news comes when Google’s subsidiary, YouTube, is at risk of a ban by Russia. The country had already deemed Facebook, owned by Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: FB), illegal. YouTube already banned the Russian Army from posting videos and is now banning a channel that the Russian Ministry of Defence owns.

Russian tech companies have been greatly affected by the invasion of Ukraine. For example, Yandex NV (NASDAQ: YNDX), which many thought of as a Russian alternative to Google, has gone down 69% in the last month

Meanwhile, a UFO researcher using Google Earth believes that a circular object he saw at the Pacific Ocean’s bottom is a UFO. Scott Waring, the researcher, believes that this proves that ancient aliens had visited earth before.

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