Google the global Search engine giant recently has paid Sanmay Ved, the person who owned Google.com for 1 minute, $6,006.13 which is similar about Rs 4.07 lakh and later doubled the amount of reward when he donated his reward money to charity.
In mid September in the previous year, the ex-Googler, while looking Google Domains, found that Google.com (area name) was accessible for procurement. He purchased the area for $12 and accessed its website admin apparatuses before Google crossed out the deal.
“You might have perused about Sanmay Ved, a scientist why should capable purchase Google.com for one moment on Google Domains. Our introductory monetary prize to Sanmay — $6,006.13 — defined Google, numerically (squint a little and you’ll see it!). We then multiplied this sum when Sanmay gave his prize to philanthropy,” Google said in a blog entry.
On LinkedIn Ved posted, he had said he picked his grant to be given to the Art of Living’s training program which runs 404 free schools crosswise over 18 states in India, giving free instruction to more than 39,200 youngsters living in ghettos, tribal and rustic belts where tyke work and neediness are across the board.
The search engine said analysts from everywhere throughout the world, originating from nations such as Great Britain, Poland, Germany, Romania, Israel, Brazil, the US, China, Russia and India, took an interest in its security rewards program.”Tomasz Bojarski discovered 70 bugs on Google in 2015, and was our most productive scientist of the year.
In 2015, the organization gave USD 2 million in prizes to more than 300 individuals. The system which was begun in 2010 has seen Google giving out over USD 6 million in prizes in this way.
It said it has paid more than USD 200,000 to scientists for their work under Google’s Android (portable working framework) VRP program dispatched in June.This incorporates the biggest single installment of USD 37,500 made to an Android security specialist.