New Delhi, Dec 13 (ANI): Amid calls for scrapping the plan to launch a censored version of Google in China, CEO of the search engine, Sundar Pichai has said that the company has “no plans” to launch the search product for the Chinese market “right now”. Pichai’s statement came after the US legislators, during his testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee, raised concerns over the reports about the censored search engine for China called “Project Dragonfly”. Pichai added that the tech giant currently has no “plans” to launch the product but it hasn’t halted the work completely. He revealed that Google has not stopped its work on the project fully and internally, adding that the efforts to launch a search product in the Asian country was “limited”.
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