Why gmail.com DMARC policy is still "none"?

I thought Google is one the organizations pusing adaptations of DMARC.
But I’ve been wondering why gmail.com’s DMARC policy is “none”.
Here is gmail.com’s dmarc record.

v=DMARC1; p=none; sp=quarantine; rua=mailto:mailauth-reports@google.com

They enable quarantime for subdomain, but none for parent domain.
Does anyone know why?

You should probably ask Google that question. No one at dmarcian sets Google policy.

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