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Kudos to Google. And the Center for Plain Language.

Yesterday, Time.com reported that Google ranked #1 for their privacy policy. The Center for Plain Language judged how well 7 big tech firms followed plain-language guidelines.

A communication is in plain language if its wording, structure, and design are so clear that the intended readers can easily find what they need, understand what they find, and use that information.

The full report appears below.

I’m happy for Google. But I wish someone had evaluated their interface for adding an ebook to Google Play Books. I’ve spent several days trying to submit the 2nd edition of my leadership communication textbook, Thinking and Interacting Like a Leader!

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