Google director explains why YouTube still works in Russia [WYWIAD]

  • Marta Poślad, director of public policy for Central and Eastern Europe and Transatlantic Europe at Google, admits that many foreign companies may have concerns about investing in Central and Eastern Europe. However, Google wants to increase its presence in this region
  • He points out that although Google will not operate commercially in Russia, it will not turn off YouTube or the search engine for Russians. And explain why
  • He also argues that the internet is not the cause of misinformation. On the contrary, it offers revolutionary possibilities to unmask fake news
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