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Google highlights ‘It Gets Better’ project in Chrome commercial

Google Chrome logoDuring last night's Fleetwood Mac-themed episode of “Glee,” Google ran a moving commercial highlighting the “It Gets Better” project to promote its Chrome internet browser.

Advertising space during one of television's most watched shows is quite valuable, and Google spared no expense with its one and a half minute spot.

The commercial featured videos from Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, Anne Hathaway and others while showing off how Google's browser integrates the modern social web (and Google's family of products).

The Mountain View, California-based company has been on the cutting edge of workplace equality and has consistently maintained a perfect score from the Human Rights Campaign in its annual Corporate Equality Index.

Check it out below: