You might have heard of Grande Communication, which is one of the leading players in the anti-bullying business.
They’ve created several platforms, including the Grande Media platform, the Grandeur Platform and the GrandMedia News platform, and the platform is used by several high-profile brands, including Nike, Samsung, Apple, Amazon, and Google.
Grande is one the companies that have come under fire for promoting hate speech.
They were also at the center of a controversy last year when a former employee leaked internal documents that exposed the company’s bullying culture.
That scandal caused many to question whether the company was being transparent with customers, and if they were being held accountable for it.
The company released a statement earlier this month to make it clear that the issues are not new.
“As part of our corporate culture, we do not tolerate or condone bullying of any kind.
We are committed to creating a safe and welcoming workplace for all, and we take our responsibilities to our employees seriously,” the company wrote.
“We take these allegations very seriously and will fully investigate any allegations of bullying.”
The company also said it was investigating the allegations, and “is currently taking steps to strengthen our culture.”
That doesn’t seem to be the case.
As far as I can tell, Grande has not responded to my request for comment.
The New York Times reported last week that the company had launched an investigation into the allegations.
“The company was not prepared to comment on whether the allegations are credible and whether they should be investigated, nor whether the complaint is false,” the Times wrote.
The investigation into these allegations will likely take a year to complete, and a company spokesperson told the Times that the investigation is in its “early stages.”
That means that this story is going to go on forever.
What’s more, the company has not released a public statement on the allegations of harassment.
This is the second time that the anti-“bullying” company has had to issue a statement on its own bullying claims, as reported by the Huffington Post.
In 2014, the “Grande Media” platform was used by Facebook to advertise its “Free Speech” campaign, a project that attempted to use the platform to prevent hate speech and protect its users.
The campaign included a video featuring a young boy who was being bullied by another student.
The video shows the boy being bullied, and he yells at the boy, “I’m not a racist, I’m a little boy, don’t push me around, don, you’re not a, a racist.”
In response, the boy responds, “No, you are a racist.
You’re an evil racist, a liar, a bigot.”
Grande was caught in a major PR disaster in 2014, when it had to pull a campaign about the “Hate Crimes” campaign because it was being falsely accused of promoting hate.
The Huffington Post reported that the entire campaign, including an apology, had been pulled due to the allegations against the company.
“It’s unfortunate that Grande could be so badly misused by the media,” said Rachel Levin, executive director of the Alliance Against Anti-Bullying, in a statement to the New York Daily News.
“When the campaign was pulled, it seemed that it was pulled because of the company itself and not because of Granda Media.”
But as the company continues to fight back against the allegations and the fallout, the bullying issues are continuing to get worse.
This past week, a spokesperson for Grande said that the platform had been suspended for violating its terms of service and was no longer available to customers.
This was followed by a statement from the company, which also pointed out that it has been removed from Google searches and other Google search results.
The “Grandeur Platform” platform, meanwhile, has been suspended as well, and Grande’s Facebook page has been closed.
The platform is not alone.
There have been a number of instances of companies shutting down platforms for using anti-discrimination language.
For example, the platform that launched in 2014 by the nonprofit organization the Human Rights Campaign, the LGBTQI Resource Center, was shut down after a user claimed to have been harassed for wearing a rainbow T-shirt on a date.
The site, called GLBTIQ, had an “anti-bulling” section in its platform, which stated, “We believe that all people deserve the same respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.”
The LGBTQI resource center was shuttered following complaints from customers.
“There are a lot of stories that we’ve heard about people who are just not being heard, and it’s really concerning,” the Human Resource Center spokesperson told Business Insider.
“I think people are just concerned about their rights being violated.
And there’s a lot that we could do