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A building in Facebook’s Menlo Park campus was evacuated after a bomb threat early Tuesday evening. Around 5PM, the Menlo Park police department warned people to avoid the area around the 200 block of Jefferson Drive as they investigated a bomb threat.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told lawmakers on Tuesday that he would support a single framework for consumer data protection.
Google's Chief Executive, Sundar Pichai, is testifying before the house judiciary committee. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Seana Smith and Dion Rabouin discuss with Duck-Duck-Go founder, Gabriel Weinberg. Duck-Duck-Go is a search engine that says it does not track user search history.
Members of the House Judiciary committee have today closely questioned Google's CEO about the company's intentions in China, following reports this summer it's planning a controversial return to the market despite local censorship of Internet services. Mountain View pulled its search engine out of China back in 2010, under pressure over censored search results. It also cited cyber attacks originating from the country as factoring into its decision to leave. A none-too-comfortable Pichai stuck closely to a qualified line on the topic, telling Congress Google has no plans "right now" to launch in China, thereby leaving the door open for a launch at a future date.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai responds to a series of detailed questions on whether it plans to launch a censored search engine in China.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai explains the company's process for showing users a certain set of search results. "We don't manually intervene on any particular search result," he says.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai comments on how Russians used the search engine to interfere with the 2016 elections, and what the tech giant is doing to prevent it in the future.
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Facing pressure over high-profile allegations of sexual harassment, Google recently changed its policy of forcing those claims into arbitration. But this isn't all good news for employees.