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Recode Daily: Here’s what Google CEO Sundar Pichai explained to Congress

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai advised the Space Judiciary Committee that the corporate has “no plans” to release a arguable censored seek product in China, however he refused to rule out the likelihood, which wasn’t reassuring to critics who say that “Challenge Dragonfly” will permit the Chinese language executive to dam its voters from gaining access …
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai was in the hot seat Tuesday when he testified before Congress. He heard from Democrats upset over the spread of misinformation, and from Republicans who claim Google favors liberals. Wired editor in chief Nicholas Thompson reports.

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