Matt Brittin on being a Google boss, freedom of speech on YouTube and the challenges of big tech
Matt Brittin is the President of Google's business and operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He was also a British rower winning medals at the World Championships and representing GB at the Olympics. Krishnan challenges him on some of the controversies Google faces, whether YouTube's policies are in the right place when it comes to hate speech and why he still thinks technology can be a force for good.
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Recorded: 6 March.
Producer: Sarah Gough.