such malfeasance should be punished by confiscation of all of Infosys assets located in the United States, and by banning Infosys or any subsidiary of Infosys from operating on American soil.
As this is a discrimination suit, they would ostensibly be punished in accordance with any other suit of the same nature; damages awarded directly to the victim(s), and possibly additional measures such as requiring "diversity training," and such, assuming the plaintiffs win.
Do you consider Affirmative Action discriminatory as well? It's one thing to have a preference for a particular group of people when all other considerations (such as qualifications, experience, etc.) are equal, it's very different to purposely hire a less qualified, poorer fit for a position simply because of their nationality.
By your logic, a person choosing a contractor to work in their home who picks one over the other simply because they are the same [ race / ethnicity / nationality ] should have their house confiscated by the government and banned from the city.
The same argument was made about violent movies and the now more prevalent incidences of school shootings. I content that the movies didn't make the kids violent; they were already that way and probably should have had help beforehand.
This overwhelming sense of peace and contentment is probably because I have a mansion in Nantucket with a private pier.
America didn't become a superpower by international collaboration; it did so out of invention and innovation, and a sense of patriotic duty.
On a very basic level, I'd like to know just how many jobs are going overseas because of our government's international investments as opposed to the good that funding can do right here on our soil.
How much international funding did Fermilab get when it was initially built?