The Google acquisition of the unprofitable web media platforms that it bought in 2013 has given the search giant access to a massive library of data and information that it can use to improve the quality of its products and services.
Google will retain its ownership of Unwind.com, Unwind Media Group, and Unwind Publishing, according to an announcement made by Google today.
Google also announced the creation of a new nonprofit to support the Unwinds and other web media projects, and will provide technical and operational assistance.
Google previously had its own independent nonprofit, Unwound Media, which was created in 2016 to help preserve and preserve the web.
In 2018, Google acquired the Unwind Media Group for $300 million.
The acquisition of unprofited web media has been widely criticized for its negative impact on the industry and its impact on startups, as well as the general public.
Unwind was acquired for $400 million in 2014 by Google after it spent more than $5 billion acquiring dozens of web media companies.
It has since grown to become one of the most valuable companies in the web, having raised more than half a billion dollars in venture capital, with the company having revenue of more than a billion US dollars.
The news comes just months after Google announced it was acquiring the popular social networking website Facebook for more than US$1 billion.
The social media giant was founded in 1999, but the company has faced a slew of legal battles and a series of lawsuits over allegations of sexual harassment and gender discrimination.
Unwoven into the news announcement is a note that says that the acquisition of those web media properties will be funded by a grant from the US Department of Education’s Educational Technology Fund.
The announcement did not say what that grant will be or when it would be awarded.