Protests against tech giants and their impact on the San Francisco Bay Area economy just got personal.
According to an anonymous submission on local news site Indybay, an unknown group of protesters targeted a Google engineer best known for helping to develop the company’s self-driving car.
After arriving at the Berkeley home of Anthony Levandowski on Tuesday morning, the protesters distributed a flier (PDF) complaining of his role in developing Google Street View and, more recently, his spearheading a new condominium development in downtown Berkeley. Protestors say this development is linked to a design firm that has done work for the US military.
via Ars Technica http://ift.tt/LURcsQ