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Former PlayStation employee sues Sony for alleged ‘gender discrimination’

“There is discrimination against women in the company,” said a former IT security specialist at Sony PlayStation Lawsuit against Sony for sex discrimination and wrongful termination opened.

Bloomberg, Emma Majo reported that the former IT security expert has tried to turn her case into a class action by addressing women who have worked at Sony PlayStation in recent years.

The lawsuit alleges that Sony “tolerates and promotes a work environment that discriminates against women and female employees, including those who identify as women.”

Majo also says Sony discriminates against women and self-identified employees in terms of pay, promotion and “subjects them to a male-dominated work culture”. Similarly, Majo said many promotion requests were ignored and his employment was terminated after he filed gender discrimination complaints against Sony.

In addition, Majo said that he had received a letter from Sony stating that he had closed a certain department and was terminated for this reason, but that he was not a member of that department.

The lawsuit was filed earlier this year. The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which has filed a similar lawsuit against Activion-Blizzard will be handled by


Joseph Knoop is a reporter at MRT.

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