Google should publicly address position on China, GOP lawmaker says

Freshman Josh Hawley (R-MO) last week asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai to publicly explain in writing his company's work in China to the public. This letter contains the speech of the US Defense Secretary in March during the Pichai Week.

At a Senate Military Committee meeting in March, General Joseph Dunford said that the current Chinese activities of Google indirectly led to the Chinese military commentary to the parliamentarians, and on Wednesday, he and Donald Trump and Dunford It seemed to be an attempt to reduce tension.

Hawley asked the initial question that prompted the discussion, and after paying attention to Google's meeting, he demanded that the company publicly state its approach to China.

"Hawley said," The study Google is doing with China not only includes the development of artificial intelligence technologies that can be used by Chinese military and intelligence agencies to take advantage of US data and personal information, but also "

Hawley Has branded himself as one of the most aggressive lawmakers related to Big Tech Hawley is the Attorney General of Missouri State, who is launching a Google survey of antitrust violations and is still under investigation Ed Markey (D-MA)

"I met General Dunford and the President of the United States today to solve this problem," wrote Holly. "I have been working with Senators to amend the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act to strengthen the protection of some minor's personal information." Now it's time to do what you do in China, the benefits of the public Chinese government and the military, How to deal with public reluctance to meet with the American people. "

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