Google frustrates senators over China, Twitter scrutinized over user tracking
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US law makers have pressed Google for more details on whether it plans to build a search engine in China.
In a letter to US Senators, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company was not in a position to be able to answer detailed questions about his plans But lawmakers are not impressed with the company's lack of transparency, with Virginia Senator Mark Warner saying Google owes the public some honest answers.
Twitter is facing an investigation in Ireland for how it tracks users when they click links, according to Fortune.
While Twitter showed in it's links posted on it's service.
It ha reportedly refused to reveal what are data it tracks through this links.
A practice that could mean it's failing to comply with the European Union's new GDPR data privacy rules.
Twitter declined to comment
And finally flying car company Opener, which is being backed by Google cofounder Larry Page, is set to start selling its aircraft next year, according to CNBC.
The BlackFly vertical take-off and landing aircraft is classified as an ultralight, so it would not require a pilot's license.
But it will be limited to flying over uncongested terrain.
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