Google employees have staged a mass strike over sexual harassment. This obviously fits into a tradition of labour disputes and is a conflict over contemporary mores.
However, the article does mention that 'deep issues' are at work here without going into specifics.
My interest in the era of the internet is with surveillance technology. It's uses, misuses and abuses. Given the direct complicity of tech companies in building the infra-structure of surveillance, I'm curious as to whether there is a history of labour disputes with management over this?
There's no tag [history-of-surveillance] otherwise I would have listed this under it.