Google asks employees not to use words like 'dominant,' 'unique,' and 'the leader'


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According to media reports, it has been claimed that Google's parent company, Alphabet is asking employees to not use certain words that may come back to haunt the firm in antitrust backlash. The firm says don't use the word 'unique' but use 'new' or 'alternative'. And in place of 'dominant', employees could use 'successful,' according to one of the documents, which the outlet uploaded to a cloud file.