On Friday afternoon, an anonymous Redditor posted a follow-up to a thread he'd since deleted, explaining that Google had fired him for posting pictures of his company uniform.
About the non-disclosure agreement, he writes:
"I thought it applied to what we were doing during training. Which makes sense, because they gave it to us before we were trained. AFTER training, they told us, go and tell people about the exciting product you represent. Even tho I didnt really talk much about the product, I did mention where we will be selling them, apparently the NDA about not talking or posting anything was still in effect."
Is is fair for Google to have him fired for this? More importantly, Anonymous Redditor, if you see this, get in touch! We want to hear from you. [Reddit]
Update: The NDA break was largely about spilling the beans on Best Buy before I/O. The headline and original post did not reflect this.