What Google’s ‘Don’t be evil’ motto means for religious freedom and free expression

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Ross LaJeunesse

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Ross LaJeunesse, Google’s global head of free expression and international relations

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Google’s playful primary colors, quirky Doodles and whimsical office spaces are outward expressions of the company’s “Don’t be evil” motto. But the real work Googlers do trying to uphold that mantra for free expression and religious freedom goes far beyond flash.