The U.S. Department of Labor announced on Wednesday that it has filed a complaint against Google Inc., claiming the company did not allow its Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs access to Google’s employee compensation records as part of a compliance review, in violation of federal antidiscrimination law.

The DOL is asking an administrative law judge to order the company to turn over information on job and salary history for employees including starting salary, starting position, starting job level and other “snapshot” information from Sept. 1 2014 and Sept. 2015 along with names and contact information for employees.

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