Seven Tech Philanthropists to Watch in 2015

The past year was a big one for tech philanthropy, chock full of major gifts, new initiatives, and recently-minted billionaires preparing to build a charitable legacy. So who should we really be watching in 2015?
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Larry Page's Philanthropic Vision Could Save Humanity. If It Doesn't Doom Us First

Google CEO Larry Page just donated another chunk of stock to charity, which is a good thing. What's worrisome is how that money might one day be spent, since Page like to talk about stuff like building a colony on Mars. What would happen if all our billionaires thought like this?
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Google's Larry Page Shoos the Flu: Here's How

Google.org is the tech giant's philanthropic arm. And one of its largest projects is a service for tracking pandemics as they spread around the United States and the world. One day, Page was looking at Google's flu-tracking service, and he didn't like what he saw. So, he and his wife Lucy decided they would simply pay for free flu shots for children throughout the entire Bay Area. And that's how the Shoo the Flu program was born.

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