In recent months, Silicon Valley’s major players have visited Congress for various hearings on matters related to data gathering.
Tuesday, it’s Google CEO Sundar Pichai‘s turn in the hot seat. The Google chief sits before the House Judiciary Committee to offer testimony for a hearing titled: “Transparency and Accountability: Examining Google and its Data Collection, Use and Filtering Practices.”
According to CNN, Pichai will, during his testimony, deny that political bias is part of his company’s modus operandi.
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