'Don't be Evil' has been Google's not so well known motto since the now tech giant began at its infancy. With Alphabet now in the picture, we are seeing Google go through some minor changes to fit in line with the parent company's standards.
The evidence of this specific change can be found in their new code of conduct, where someone from The Wall Street Journal went and checked on the progress of Alphabet.
The new motto or mantra that will be taking the place of 'Don't be Evil' is simply an updated one. In the new code of conduct it states: "Employees of Alphabet and its subsidiaries and controlled affiliates should do the right thing - follow the law, act honourably, and treat each other with respect. We expect all of our employees and board members to know and follow this code of conduct. Failure to do so can result in disciplinary action, including termination of employment,"
So it looks like now instead of avoiding doing evil deeds, employees are encouraged to just 'Do the right thing.'