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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Bradley Horowitz
"Changing the world takes focus on the future, and honesty about the past," Bradley Horowitz, a Google vice president, wrote in Friday's blog post. "We learned a lot from products like Buzz, and are putting that learning to work every day in our vision for products like Google Plus."
Mr. Horowitz said Google+ is implementing several safety features aimed specifically at teens.