RACHEL LERMAN AP Technology Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A fifth former Google worker has filed a complaint with federal regulators accusing the company of improperly firing employees for labor organizing activity. Kathryn Spiers, a security engineer, said Google fired her after she created a pop-up notification for employees to inform them of their labor rights. In late November,Google fired four other workers for what the company said were violations of its data security policy. Those workers say they don't believe they violated company policies and that Google was really firing them because they were all involved in various organizing activities at the company. Google disputes that. Google is known for having one of the most outspoken workforces in tech. Employees have pushed bac
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