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Google Blogger Accuses Twitter Engineer of Sex Attack

A Google tech writer has accused a Twitter engineer of sex assault, which she detailed in her personal blog. The engineer accosted her in a pub near Atlanta's ApacheCon tech conference last week, kissed her against her will, then "jammed" his hand down her underwear, writes Noirin Shirley. Shirley, who's...
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