No gets ready for edited Chinese web crawler: Google CEO
Pichai made the remarks amid a 3.5-hours hearing in front the House Judiciary Committee, amid which officials got some information about reports about the controlled web index called Project Dragonfly and conceivable political predisposition in Google list items.
"At this moment, there are no plans to dispatch look in China," Pichai told the US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.
However, Pichai did not deny that the organization has been chipping away at Project Dragonfly, with more than 100 individuals alloted to it at a certain point.
Following the disclosure of the task, human rights associations, administrators and Google representatives raised worries about Google perhaps conforming to China's stringent web restriction and observation arrangements on the off chance that it reenters the Asian country's web search tool showcase.
Google left China in 2010 after rehashed showdowns with the Chinese government, prompting a full square of the majority of Google's administrations, including YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps.
In August, over a thousand Google representatives marked a request of joining Amnesty International in communicating their worry on the organization's intend to dispatch a vigorously blue-penciled rendition of its web index in China.
They approached Google to drop the undertaking, which would additionally limit free discourse in China.