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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

CEO of Sundar Pichai on Google for Data collection and privacy


Google CEO Sunder Pichai (46) was present in the US parliament on Tuesday to answer the data collection and data privacy. Here he was faced with the first Indian-American woman MP Pramila Jaipal (53). There were some private conversations along with the question-answer. Pramila praised Pichai.



Pramila questioned Pichai on sexual harassment

1. Pramila said that I am also born in the same state of India. Where you were born. I am very excited about the fact that you are leading the American company. A tourists have made a very good contribution to this country and you are pushing the same Silsila.



2. Pramila and Pichai comes from Tamil Nadu. Both were born in Chennai. Pramila went to America for study. She is the first American woman to be Indian-American woman. Pichai made Google appear in 2004. 11 years later, he became CEO of the company in 2015.

3. During Pichai's questioning in the US Parliament, Pramila questioned the statements of sexual harassment and hate propaganda. He asked Pichai, "Do you agree with the fact that social media has been contributing to spreading hatred against Rohingya?" How capable is Google to get rid of hate speech?

4. In response to this question, Pichai said that it is our important responsibility to get rid of hate speech statements. We believe it is clearly encouraging violence. This is an issue that requires a lot of hard work to do. We have included it in our policy. We have made a lot of improvements to make policies effective and this process is going on.


5. Pramila had said that the company's arbitration was inevitable for those victims of harassment. He said that employee already beyond demeanor is, it's unfair to them to be more annoying.



6. Pichai said there is no provision to provide private information to Google's arbitration agreement. In case of sexual harassment we have made changes in Arbitration Policy. In such case, if the victim is in need, she can go to the court directly. In this case we will make an amendment on the next. I also got personal feedback from employees about this.

American MP Keith Rothfus also praised Pichai



7. In the question-answer session, MP Keith Rothfus praised both Pramila and Pichai, saying that both successful immigrants are Indians. He said to Pichai that I am happy that you are in my country and I imagine that you have not even thought of such a thing like that of a young teenager in India. That you'll be here. Congratulations on her.



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