San Francisco Pride’s ban on Google, YouTube gets noped by the lawyers

San Francisco Pride's ban on Google, YouTube gets noped by the lawyers

The San Francisco Pride (SF Pride) legal team has determined that a vote last week to remove Google and YouTube as sponsors and participants in future SF Pride celebrations was not legally binding, per an emailed statement from the organization’s leader received by Mashable. (According to a Google spokesperson, the company has sponsored SF Pride celebrations for over a decade.) 

The previously announced resolution cited what “some voting members of the organization perceived to be inadequate protection from homophobia, racism, and harassment on Google’s platforms, particularly YouTube,” as formerly reported at Mashable. Read more…

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