In late January, a Google lawyer posted to her personal Twitter account a photo of herself and several colleagues outside the office of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-California, asking the senator to vote against Jeff Sessions for U.S. Attorney General. The Google employees arrived in person, the attorney wrote on her Twitter, because Feinstein’s office phones were down, and the team was “not taking any chances.”

Shortly after, the tweet—which had a clear political slant—was gone. The Google lawyer, Priya Sanger, works on the products and payments team, according to her LinkedIn account. She did not return calls seeking confirmation and comment.

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