Google’s Sundar Pichai is Most Reputable CEO in the World, According to Reputation Institute’s Inaugural 2018 CEO RepTrak®

Reputation Institute (RI),  the world’s leading provider of reputation measurement, management and intelligence services, today announced the company’s first ever CEO RepTrak® study. The results indicate Sundar Pichai of Google is the world’s most reputable CEO. Pichai stands out for his responsible  leadership and is viewed as excellent on the merits of fiscal, social and environmental responsibility. Denise Morrison of the Campbell Soup Company and Tatsumi Kimishima of Nintendo received honorable mentions among the world’s Top 10 most reputable CEOs.  The world’s largest reputation study of its kind, the CEO RepTrak is based on more than 28,000 individual…

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Advocates Say Google’s YouTube Violates Federal Children’s Privacy Law

A coalition of leading U.S. child advocacy, consumer, and privacy groups represented by the Institute for Public Representation filed a complaint urging the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate and sanction Google for violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) in operating YouTube. Google claims that YouTube is only for users 13 and up, despite being the most popular online platform for children, used by 80% of American children ages 6 to 12. The site features many programs designed and promoted for children and Google generates significant profits…

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Common Ground Partners with Google to Launch ‘Little by Little,’ a Global Campaign in Support of the Sustainable Development Goals

‘Little by Little’ is rooted in the truth that exponential change can be made possible through the repetition of little acts by the largest generation on earth. To kick-start the campaign, model and activist, Jillian Mercado, is featured in the anthem video which has already garnered more than 15 million views in just two weeks. At launch, she will be joined by a global roster of influencers – UN ambassadors and YouTube creators curated by FameBit – who will share their stories, content and actions on YouTube and other social…

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Google Discuss their Nonprofits Year in review

Google have launched a blog post highlighting how non-profits used their service in 2017, we enclose the post below:  Every year nonprofits worldwide work tirelessly to make a positive impact in their communities, and in a year where many people were looking to help, 2017 was no exception. We’re looking back to celebrate the nonprofits around the globe using Google tools to help in their philanthropic efforts. Here are some successes from last year—we hope they give you some ideas for how you can improve your nonprofit’s productivity and have…

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Google helps students discover code with The Hidden Genius Project

Google have got together with The Hidden Genius Project in order to increase representation within the coding industry. Justin Steele, a Principal, Google.org, has released a blog post which highlights their ambitions: “Coding is evolving and influencing how we think about all industries, including fashion, music and art.  But even as CS becomes more important across a wide variety of fields, millions of Black, Hispanic and female youth aren’t unlocking its benefits. One reason behind a lack of representation is perception; according to our research with Gallup, students are five…

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