Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that “The work that Google is doing in China is indirectly taking advantage of the Chinese military,” he said during a Senate session of the Armed Services Committee, “We Look Concerned great when industry partners work in China knowing it has indirect benefits, “he said. “Honestly,” indirectly “can not be a full characterization of how it is, it is more of a direct benefit to the Chinese military.”
Last year, Google said it was not competing for a $ 10 billion with the US Department of Defense, in part because the company’s new ethical guidelines are not consistent with the project. At the same time, Google said there are no plans to resume a search engine in China, though it continues to study the idea. Google employees have raised concerns that the company will comply with China’s censorship and online surveillance policies if it enters the Asian search engine market. In June, Google said it would not renew a contract to help the military US to analyze airplane images when it expires after the company tried to dissolve a riot on the agreement.
At the same time, Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, said earlier that the company has invested in China for years and plans to continue doing so, but the company is continuing to work with the US government for care projects health, cyber security and other areas./investing.com
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