The search giant labours for equal rights for homosexuals at work and announces the start of new "Legalize Love" campaign.
According to the popular business web-site CNNMoney, Google is actively fighting with anti-homosexuality laws and the company is officially kicking off its new "Legalize Love" campaign.
Google spokesman in the USA says the campaign to be some kind of a supporting framework for Google employees in the entire world who already invest active efforts. The campaign will be international mainly, but especially it will targeting some parts of Europe and Asia. Countries like Singapore, where particular homosexual activities are illegal, and Poland, which has no legalization of same-sex couples will be the destination of the campaign.
"'Legalize Love' is described as a campaign that promotes unharmed conditions for gay and lesbian people in and out the office in countries with anti-homosexuality laws on the books," the Internet-giant said in a written statement.
Very frequently the gay-rights groups laud Google for its workplace policies, which include full privileges for same-sex partners. In the list issued by the Human Rights Campaign, Google was named this year's "best places to work".
Some mass media said the 'Legalize Love' campaign strives for legalization of same-sex marriage in the entire world, but according to the Google spokesman that is unreliable information: the campaign is focusing on human rights and employment discrimination.