No plans for Chinese search engine right now: Google CEO
Thursday, 13 December 2018 [USA], Dec 13 (ANI): Amid calls for scrapping the plan to launch a censored version of Google in China, CEO of the search engine, Sundar Pichai has said that the company has "no plans" to launch
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Microsoft's Bing search engine has been blocked in China, according to a statement from the company, making it the latest foreign technology service to be shut down behind the country's Great Firewall...
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