Google, Microsoft and Facebook are doing a lot more to help people achieve their goals, according a new report by KSM Consulting, which says they’ve also been doing a disproportionate amount of bad things to the environment.
The company says the companies have spent more than $3 trillion to date on their efforts.
The companies have also made a lot of bad decisions, according the report, which calls for them to take responsibility for their actions.
We’re not only making it harder for people to achieve their goal but we’re also hurting our planet as well, the report says.
Google, which is in the process of buying the consulting company, is also facing questions over the future of its Mountain View headquarters and its controversial $2 billion acquisition of the mobile app company Square.
It’s unclear how the companies plan to spend the billions they’ve spent so far on projects.
But the report notes that Google is also being criticized for its work on climate change and has been under fire for the ways it uses artificial intelligence to track users and their activities.
Facebook, meanwhile, has been criticized for a new policy banning “self-promotion” in its news feeds, which critics say is overly restrictive.
Google’s and Facebook’s policies have also drawn criticism.
Google and Microsoft, which have not yet announced any changes, have also said that they are working to improve the environment, and Google’s chief sustainability officer, Rajesh Arora, said that “every day” it is working on issues such as artificial intelligence.
KSM is also urging the companies to work more closely with other tech companies and to work with governments and NGOs.
“The companies must also stop using social media as a platform to target their own consumers,” the report said.
The report comes amid heightened scrutiny of the social media platforms in recent months, with President Donald Trump accusing Facebook and Google of being “the engines of hate” and saying that they “want to destroy the country.”