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What Parents Don't Know - Don't be evil - Netflix
“Don't be evil” was a motto used within Google's corporate code of conduct. Following Google's corporate restructuring under the conglomerate Alphabet Inc. in October 2015, Alphabet took “Do the right thing” as its motto, also forming the opening of its corporate code of conduct. The original motto was retained in Google's code of conduct, now a subsidiary of Alphabet. In April 2018, the motto was removed from the code of conduct's preface and retained in its last sentence.
What Parents Don't Know - Use in criticism of Google - Netflix
Critics of Google frequently spin the motto in a negative way, such as InfoWorld's 2014 article “Google? Evil? You have no idea”. Google's 2012 announcement to “begin tracking users universally across all its services” (via “Google Plus” accounts) resulted in public backlash on the motto, like “Google's Broken Promise: The End of 'Don't Be Evil'” on Gizmodo. In the same year, major social networks even co-developed a “Don't be evil” browser bookmarklet (specifically to expose alleged SERP manipulation promoting Google-owned content over that of others). On 16 May 2013, Margaret Hodge MP, the chair of the United Kingdom Public Accounts Committee accused Google of being “calculated and unethical” over its use of highly contrived and artificial distinctions to avoid paying billions of pounds in Corporation tax owed by its UK operations. The company was accused by the committee, which represents the interests of all UK taxpayers, of being “evil” for not paying its “fair amount of tax”. She told Matt Brittin, head of Google UK, “I think that you do evil”. In 2015, the UK Government introduced a new law intended to penalise Google and other large multinational corporations' artificial tax avoidance. In 2015, The Commercial Appeal reported that “critics say Google's recent moves belie search giant's motto”.
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