Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Google CEO: Sundar Pichai makes strong case for Google's return to China

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We all have addicted with Google search engine and also other Google product like Gmail and YouTube. But I think you know that Google was shut down in China in 2010 following, showdown with Government followed by censor policies. Since then Google, YouTube, Gmail and other Google products are banned in china which is the second largest economy in world.















Now in BEIJIN Google’s India-Borne CEO, ‘Sundar Pichai’ made a strong case on Sunday for the search Google’s Return to China and says that Google is already helping Chinese companies gain global access.

"A lot of work Google does is to help Chinese companies", the 45-year-old Google CEO, who has a B.Tech degree from IIT Kharagpur, said at a state-run global internet conference at the Chinese city of Wuzen.





The conference was also held addressed by CEO of Apple Tim Cook and president of china Xi Jinping. Sundar Pichai Told in the meeting,"Many small and medium-sized businesses in China take advantage of Google to get their products to many other countries outside of China."

After the ban, Google subsequently shifted its operation to the new place Hong Kong. In absence of Google, Chinese firm like to use Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba and JD.com emerged the most powerful player in china and some other countries.





Chinese user access Google and other Google Product by using VPN over which Beijing has stopped cracked down in recent time. Apple this year to the Chinese Government’s Request to remove dozens of VPN app that allow Chinese user to access many blocked website from its local app store.

In his address, Cook said "the theme of this conference - developing a digital economy for openness and shared benefits - is a vision we at Apple share", adding that Apple "is proud to have worked alongside many of our partners in China to help build a community that will join a common future in cyberspace".

Not only the Google, other of global social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter also remain banned in China over fears that their presence would open-up to millions of China's social media users marginalising the official media.





The World Internet Conference held in Wuzhen, near Shanghai, was an annual gathering of mainly Chinese internet officials and internet company executives as well as bureaucrats from other developing countries.

The Post report said that, “The previous three conferences in 2014, 2015 and 2016 were not attended by top US tech executives including Cook and Pichai.” The Chinese government uses the event to pursue its argument that its control and regulation of the internet will not harm the development of technology and business wealth of the country.

Cook is a frequent visitor to China and was last in the country five weeks ago. The presence of Apple’s chief executive indicates the importance of the Chinese market for the team of iPhone maker, even though Apple's market share of China's smartphone market is shrinking.





In his address, president of China Xi spoke of "cyber sovereignty". Xi jingping said that online developments were raising many new challenges to control and security, and China will "willing to work with the international community to respect cyberspace control and promote partnerships".


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