YouTube will provide an advertising grant to Pakistan worth $ 5 million to spread awareness about the corona virus, which appeared on Saturday.
In a letter written to Prime Minister Imran Khan, a copy is available Dawn.com, YouTube Chief Executive Officer Susan Wojcicki described the work “Google and YouTube have done to support Pakistani citizens and businesses through this difficult time”.
The letter stated that technology companies are helping local authorities in the country spread information about the corona virus through information and warning panels. Google has also launched a microsite that will appear when someone searches for Coronavirus. The website takes its content from the government Covid-19 portal, he added.
The online platform also combats misinformation and online abuse by showing authoritative sources in the top results. “We will continue to quickly remove videos … that prevent people from seeking medical care or claiming harmful substances have health benefits,” the letter reads.
Outlining the resources to study and work from home amid a coronavirus pandemic, the letter said that Google had created it Grow with Google Pakistan – contains resources for “all types of remote workers” and Teach from Home – contains resources for educators. It also creates other learning resources for children and professionals.
The letter added that Google also published a report on community mobility, using data collected through Google Maps. “We look forward to the report [on movement] can help public health officials in Pakistan, and governments elsewhere respond to the corona virus, “he said.
The letter also offers cooperation with the Pakistani government in creating a “credible and globally consistent digital policy and policy framework”.
Prime Minister Imran met with YouTube CEO in January this year on the sidelines of the 50th annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
The two leaders held a discussion about using a digital platform to build Pakistan’s image. The Pakistani delegation also discussed the possibility of promoting tourism, education and attracting investment through digital platforms.
After the meeting, Tania Aidrus, head of Digital Pakistan, said on Twitter that at the “big meeting”, the two sides discussed efforts to support the growing content community in Pakistan and how the country could work with YouTube to promote responsible digital journalism. . .
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