In what are Google's first public comments about its plan to launch a censored search engine in China, chief executive Sundar Pichai has told a conference that what has been developed so far is "very promising".
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai has avoided answering pointed questions posed by six US senators about the company's plan to launch a censored search engine in China, instead resorting to broad generalities such as the claim that the move would have “broad benefits inside and outside of China".
Three Republican senators in the US have written to Google chief executive Sundar Pichai asking him to provide a copy of an internal memo that was claimed to have cited regulatory fears as a reason for the company withholding details about a major data leak in the Google+ social network.
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