Sundar Pichai

Google CEO Sundar Pichai reportedly sent an email to LGBTQ employees saying the company would be taking a “hard look” at its harassment policies and work more closely with internal LGBTQ groups.
The email comes one week after YouTube’s controversial decision not to remove videos of conservative commentator Steven Crowder that contained homophobic slurs aimed at Vox journalist, Carlos Maza.
“With respect to YouTube, Susan and the team are already taking a hard look at the harassment policies and will do this in consultation with many groups, including people who have themselves experienced harassment,” Pichai wrote.
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One week after YouTube’s controversial decision not to remove videos that contained homophobic slurs, Google CEO Sundar Pichai reportedly sent an email to LGBTQ employees saying the company was taking a “hard look” at its harassment policies and would work more closely with internal LGBTQ groups.

“With respect to YouTube, Susan and the team are already taking a hard look at the harassment policies and will do this in consultation with many groups, including people who have themselves experienced harassment,” Pichai said in the emai obtained by the Verge. “We’re also thinking through ways to engage more …read more


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