What we can learn from Google’s congressional hearing

Updated on August 3, 2020
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7 min well spent

Last Wednesday, on 7/29/20, Sundar Pichai answered to the American congress for Google’s anti-competitive behavior. Some really interesting things popped up during the hearing, e.g. Google’s business model creating a conflict of interest with websites, more context around user behavior ranking signals, and traffic espionage.

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