Google has launched its own root Certificate Authority (CA), which will allow the company to issue digital certificates for its own products and not have to depend on third-party CAs in its quest to implement HTTPS across everything Google.
Thus far, Google has been operating as its own subordinate CA (GIAG2) with security certificates issued by a third party.

The company will continue the third-party relationship even while rolling out HTTPS across its products and services using its own root CA, said Ryan Hurst, a manager in Google’s Security and Privacy Engineering group.

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