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At the Google hearing, Congress proves they still have no idea how the internet works

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At the Google hearing, Congress proves they still have no idea how the internet worksGoogle CEO Sundar Pichai testifies all through Tuesday’s Space Judiciary Committee listening to.Symbol: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Photographs Through Matt Binder2018-12-11 22:35:21 UTC Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s long-awaited happened on Tuesday. Pichai testified sooner than Congress on , the debatable product, and perceived . However, there used to be another urgent worry that took middle degree to …
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On Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai will tackle Donald Trump's accusations of political bias head-on. Business Insider reports that Pichai will be grilled by the House Judiciary Committee. It will the first time he has been questioned by Congress since he became CEO in 2015. In prepared remarks...

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