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Google gifts Dublin’s Science Gallery with €1 million to help develop global network
Dublin’s Science Gallery has today announced that it is to receive a gift of €1 million from Google.org as part of a Google Gives Back initiative to donate more than $100 million to deserving organisations around the world in 2011.
How to reduce the digital divide by buying a satellite
If your New Year’s resolution is to donate more to charity than you could do worse than by giving free internet access to some of the world’s poorest people. All you have to do it buy an entire satellite, something a US charity is attempting to do this year. A Human Right plans to raise over $150,000 so it can buy the largest communications satellite in earth orbit to provide free internet access to billions of people.
Google donates $5 million to encourage innovation in digital journalism
Google are donating $5 million in grants to non-profit organisations in an effort to encourage innovation in digital journalism. The announcement was made by Nikesh Arora, President of Global Sales Operations and Business Development in an official Google blog post.