SAN FRANCISCO – The bench trial over the U.S. Department of Labor’s lawsuit against tech giant Google Inc. alleging that the company failed to turn over employee compensation data as part of an external audit began Friday morning at the Office of Administrative Law Judges in San Francisco.

The Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program sued Google on Jan. 4, claiming the company did not allow access to job and salary history records as required as part of a compliance review, in violation of federal antidiscrimination laws. The government wants the judge to order the company to turn over the records.

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