Google’s chief executive officer Sundar Pichai sent an email to employees Thursday addressing the Mountain View, California-based company’s handling of sexual misconduct and inappropriate relationships.

Pichai’s email followed a report from The New York Times that alleged high-ranking men, including parent company Alphabet’s CLO David Drummond, at the company faced little or no consequences for inappropriate sexual relationships with women in their departments, some of which were consensual.

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