For Google, with a new parent company comes a new code of conduct, and there’s a pretty noticeable change. The search company’s famous creed — “don’t be evil” — is absent from Alphabet’s new code of conduct.
The new code of conduct was published on Friday after Google officially completed its transformation into one of several organizations within a parent company, which is called Alphabet.
“Don’t be evil” has been part of Google for over a decade, and it’s the very first line of the search company’s code of conduct. While Alphabet isn’t using the well-known phrase in its new code of conduct, the intention is arguably still there. The first line instead now reads: “Employees of Alphabet and its subsidiaries … should do the right thing — follow the law, act honorably, and treat each other with respect.”
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