By Brian Stelter (Reuters) — In the latest example of how the press releases Google is issuing are being used by the public, Google is using them to promote its own products and events, according to a Reuters report on the matter.
The Google press releases, which have become a regular part of Google’s public announcements, often include links to a Google product or event, as well as a picture of the person issuing the press release.
The images are often accompanied by the phrase “Press release by Google,” with the text appearing in the upper left corner of the picture, according the Reuters report.
The use of Google Press releases, or in some cases, Google product pages, has become a way for Google to spread its products and its image through the public.
The press releases are a key part of the company’s PR campaign, which has included Google TV, Google Maps, and other products, and which has also included ads and promotional content.
Google is a leading player in the digital advertising business, which is dominated by Facebook and Twitter, which together have about 70 percent of the global internet search market.
The press releases for Google products and services have been widely used by Google’s users, particularly as part of its advertising campaigns.
Google spokesman Ben Fritz said that the company does not share or endorse any particular press release, but said that it uses them for marketing purposes.
Google uses press releases to help promote its products, Fritz said, and that they also give Google an opportunity to show that Google is doing something to address issues around privacy.
“The press release itself is not in the Google brand,” Fritz said.
“The Google logo is on the product.
But the product itself is in the public domain.
Google’s brand is Google.”
Google also makes its own copies of the press statements, Fritz noted.
He said that Google was also aware of the use of the images on Google products, but did not think it was a violation of the law.
“We do not take a position on the use and distribution of images of any product,” Fritz added.
“We use press releases as a way to tell the world about how we are working to improve our services and to improve how we make products.”
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Reuters.