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Revised PlayStation gender discrimination lawsuit submitted to Californian court

Emma Majo is back.

Former PlayStation IT security analyst Emma Majo has submitted a revised PlayStation gender discrimination lawsuit with a Californian court after a US federal judge dismissed her case in April.

Majo first filed her suit back in February of this year; a month later in March, eight additional women added their experiences to the case. It was then dismissed due to a lack of “specific facts” with the recommendation that Majo resubmit with a focus on her own dismissal from the gaming giant.

Axios has recently reported that the amended suit has done just that, and seeks damages for females who’ve worked at PlayStation’s Californian locations and held a position below vice president. The suit previously attempted to represent all female employees of PlayStation across the US.

We’ll keep you informed as the case progresses.

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