Google’s chief executive assured lawmakers Tuesday the company has “no plans” to return to China, despite reports that the tech giant intends to build a censored search engine in the country.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday morning in a case in which the plaintiffs allege that Google took advantage of a feature of class-action law to funnel millions in settlement funds to friendly universities and programs while leaving nothing for consumers.
Employees of Facebook, Twitter and Google have overwhelmingly favored Democrats in their political donations in this year’s midterm elections.
Google is developing a search engine that’s compliant with China’s repressive speech policies, CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed Monday night.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) criticized Google on Tuesday following news the technology giant would not compete for a major Pentagon contract.