Google CEO Sundar Pichai first commented on the company’s plans to re-launch its search engine in China.

“We wanted to learn what a Google China would look like,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai at a Wired tech platform conference. He reacted for the first time publicly on the tests that Google does for a possible return of his search engine in China. According to Pichai, the search engine can give a good answer to 99 percent of the questions.

“It is still very early, we do not know yet if we can bring this to China, but it felt important for us to explore it,” said the Google CEO.

The company sees a large market in China, which now can not operate it at all. The Google search engine has been blocked since 2010 because the company did not respect the censorship rules of the Chinese government. The plan to return to China would already be at an advanced stage, reported The Intercept. Pichai contradicts that.

Protest

Both inside and outside Google rains criticism of the plans for a return to China. For example, 1400 Google employees signed an internal petition to express their dissatisfaction.

The search analyst Jack Poulson even resigned as a result of the plans. The vice president of the US, Mike Pence, has also been critical. According to him, a Chinese version of Google would “strengthen the Communist Party censorship at the expense of the privacy of Chinese users.”


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