Google Remains Vague on China Plans in Senate Hearing

Google Remains Vague on China Plans in Senate Hearing

At the Senate hearing on privacy this week, Google chief privacy officer Keith Enright remained tight-lipped on the search engine’s rumored launch of a censored search app in China.

Responding to a question from Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan, Enright merely echoed statements already made by CEO Sundar Pichai and said that they are far from introducing such a product in China and it is unclear whether it would push through at all.

While Enright did confirm with Sen. Ted Cruz that a project codenamed “Dragonfly” existed, he refused to address any questions on its privacy implications and merely said that he did not know what was within the scope of the project.   

Source: CNBC

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