Google staff around the world are staging a mass walkout on Thursday in protest at sexual misconduct.

It follows a bombshell New York Times report last week, which named executives who had been accused of sexual misconduct, including Android creator Andy Rubin. Rubin denies the allegations.

Thousands of staff are expected to take part in the protest, which will involve people walking away from their desk at 11 a.m. at Google offices around the globe. They are using the hashtag #GoogleWalkout.

Business Insider will be covering the Google walkout live. Refresh this page for updates.

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