Congress asks Google CEO tough questions on user privacy, bias
Wednesday, 12 December 2018 On Dec. 11, Congress grilled Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Google's practices regarding user privacy, election interference, and possible bias. The hearing underscores a growing uneasiness over the increasing influence of tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon.
Let's start with Alphabet Inc.'s Google. Google Google announced Wednesday it is investing $13 billion into data centers across the United States, highlighting the tech behemoth's intention to continue..
Google's chief financial officer Ruth Porat said data is more like sunlight than oil. It's an upbeat twist on the phrase 'data is the new oil', which implies information is finite. Her comments at the..
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google said today it will invest more than $13 billion in building data centers and offices across the U.S in 2019. The Mountain View,... SeattlePI.com Also reported by •The Verge •bizjournals