Thursday, July 19, 2012

Internet giant turns missionary

Google faces criticism over global push for gay advocacy

Poland's Senate building.
This Catholic News Agency story about Google's push for the legal recognition of same-sex relationships in countries like Poland has drawn the ire of critics, who suggest the company should, rather, be addressing basic human rights violations elsewhere.

"I am afraid that Google can't distinguish between discrimination, tolerance and promotion," Father Maciej Zieba, the director of Krakow's Tertio Millennio Institute, told CNA July 17.

On July 7 in London, Google executive Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe told the Global LGBT Workplace Summit that Google's Legalize Love Campaign will develop initiatives around the world as part of "a very ambitious piece of work."

For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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