Sundar Pichai Did Not Deny Development of Censored Chinese Version of Google

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai was forced to explain to USA congress on Tuesday why images of Donald Trump crop up when you tap the word "idiot" - a word that's also now become the most searched term on Google in light of the revelation.

Sundar Pichai's speech is online now ready for anyone to read.

As Pichai made his way into the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday morning, Jones followed the CEO down the hall, repeatedly chanting "Google is evil!" He didn't have to explain himself much about the recent walkouts over sexual harassment, or the data that Google collects on users-even though the session was supposed to be about Google's data collection and use.

The company handles 3.5 billion internet searches per day and has inserted itself into the fabric of modern life.

Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren questioning, Google CEO, asked him to explain and convince them that there's no conservative bias in Google.

In August, Trump said in a tweet that a Google search for "Trump News" showed only reports from "Fake News Media". But internal documents later surfaced that indicated the FTC's board had brushed off some recommendations of staff lawyers who believed Google was tinkering with its search results in way that stifled competition. In other words, they have it RIGGED, for me & others, so that nearly all stories & news is BAD.

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He took on Republican Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, who said it was "irrefutable" that Google's search results were biased.

"Google could well elect the next president with dire implications for our democracy". "I think tech has to realize it just can't build it and then fix it, I think that doesn't work", he added. "How would that happen?"

"We take the keyword and match it against their pages and rank them based on over 200 signals - things like relevance, freshness, popularity, how other people are using it".

According to the latest data from Google Trends, the search term "What is Bitcoin" tops the charts in the "What is...?" category in both the United Kingdom and the US.

It's not clear what Congress might be able to do to prevent Google from returning to China, but it would certainly trigger more political fireworks.

It was suggested that most users are speculators or long term investors, hodling whatever they have accumulated as selling in current conditions will lead to heavy losses for the majority.