Google CEO testifies, Super Micro says 'no spyware'
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Google CEO, Sundar Pichai defended the search giant against criticism of political bias, concerns over data collection policies, and worries about efforts in China during his testifying before the House of Judiciary Committee.
Pichai vowed to increase transparency moving forward.
To provide the company's users with as much information as possible.
Super Micro has said that investigations firm found absolutely no evidence of malicious hardware in it's motherboard.
This is in direct response to a story that ran back in October by Bloomberg Business Week that reported Chinese surveillance ships Have been inserted into Super Micro's hardware in order to spy on its clients some of which include Amazon and Apple.
Finally, a new key study says that more people are likely to get their news from social media than a physical newspaper.
While it might seem obvious, this is actually the first year the study family's relationship The sample includes American adults 18 years and up.
The results reinforced the pressure on social media companies and their public responsibility.
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