Google Allocates $15M to Help Ukraine Repel Russian Army

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US-based tech giant Google has allocated $15 million to Ukraine, among other support measures against the backdrop of the Russian invasion, as announced by the head of the country’s Ministry of Digital Development Mykhailo Fedorov.

According to him, the company will additionally provide grants and advertising credits.

Google has also helped the country through its technological capabilities by adding SOS alerts for refugees on the Poshuk website, disabling some functions of Google Maps in Ukraine in order to ensure the safety of citizens, automatically strengthening the protection of Google accounts of Ukrainians and begging the fight against the media that are engaged in propaganda and disinformation in a war.

Fedorov has recorded an appeal to Russian IT specialists with a proposal to express an anti-war position or use available digital tools to counteract.

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