I see they have a replacement for "don't be evil" beyond the vapid "do the right thing" as an excuse to justify occasionally allowing evil to seep through.
It's the classic turning a blind eye motto:
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.
As long as no one can say you were aware of the evil, it is beyond reproach and punishment, and so can be joyously benefited from, even theoretically at great cost to others.
Also known as corruption, the corporate maturity process, the profession of 'corporate law', and allowing evil "for the greater good".
Life is full of choices, and the world certainly isn't ideal, and there are nearly infinite ideals - but organizing information to be intentionally blind to the systematic shortchanging of women would be firmly in the 'evil' side of anything, I'd think.
This isn't intended from a 'social justice' perspective, but from a philosophical motivation perspective - why do people with enormous resources tend to push themselves in these directions over time?
There's an enormous system of gives and takes going on - contracts and legal challenges constrain business, while investment systems provide a force in one motivating direction: greed. It's a machine to pull rights and resources from anyone not spending their life litigating everything.
Women getting systematically shortchanged is one output of such a process. Massive inequality is another. Massive political instability is a side-effect of that. Profiteering is a side-effect of that. And willful blindness feeds into it all.
That's what half of debates seem to be these days: Some massive failure or catastrophe being documented on one side, and justifications of willful blindness on the other.
Don't get me wrong: In general, the world is improving over time, and by most standards, we're more peaceful and well-off per person than we've ever been. But where we have had massive statistical issues are exactly where we're falling now: inequality leading to massive suffering, and environmental spoiling. Those are exactly the things that lead to dramatic collapses, and are exactly what we're playing political games to blind ourselves towards.
So yeah, for now, the game is rigged and folks are clearly benefiting from the rigging.
Until that can be fixed without causing even more evil, best to document evil, speak of evil, and make sure that evil is heard of. Perhaps google might even return to an era of 'Do no evil" with enough of a spotlight on their willful blindness.