Sundar Pichai says Google still mulling a censored search engine in China
Updated : October 16, 2018 11:23 PM IST
Through internal tests, he said Google found it would be able serve "well over 99 percent of queries".
The prospect of Google returning to China has fuelled criticism from human rights groups that the company, which has long advocated a free and open internet, would be doing the bidding of the ruling Chinese Communist Party, which runs a vast censorship apparatus that stifles dissent.
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