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International News
Will look into allegations of Google-China ties: Trump
 
Washington: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said his administration will "take a look" into the allegations of the internet search engine giant Google "working with the Chinese government". His comments came following a remark from tech billionaire Peter Thiel, who accuses the company, headed by Indian-American Sunder Pichai, of treason. "Billionaire Tech Investor Peter Thiel believes Google should be investigated for treason. He accuses Google of working with the Chinese Government," Trump tweeted. "A great and brilliant guy who knows this subject better than anyone!," he said, adding, "The Trump Administration will take a look!". The Google, meanwhile, has denied the allegations.

In 2010, the tech giant pulled its search engine from China, protesting Beijing''s efforts to censor its search results. Though it recently began researching a modified version of its search engine for China, the company said it had no plans to deploy it. Trump on several occasions has accused Google of being "bias" against him and his supporters. Theil, a Venture Capitalist, is associated with several competitors of Google. According to the CBS News, Theil in his address to the National Conservatism Conference over the weekend has called for law enforcement officials to examine Google''s activity in China.

Thiel suggested that a Google artificial intelligence project named DeepMind has been "infiltrated" by foreign intelligence operatives, the news channel reported. "While a charge of treason is baseless, the comments suggest the Trump administration could be preparing a crackdown," it said. According to American news website Axios, Theil suggested that the FBI and the CIA investigate Google. Axios reported Thiel suggested that the Google should be asked three question.

"Number one, how many foreign intelligence agencies have infiltrated your Manhattan Project for AI? Number two, does Google''s senior management consider itself to have been thoroughly infiltrated by Chinese intelligence? "Number three, is it because they consider themselves to be so thoroughly infiltrated that they have engaged in the seemingly treasonous decision to work with the Chinese military and not with the US military because they are making the sort of bad, short-term rationalistic (decision) that if the technology doesn''t go out the front door, it gets stolen out the backdoor anyway?" Theil was quoted as saying by the Axios.


Iran informs UN about determination to continue Ballistic Missile Program
Next Hearings in Trump Impeachment Process Scheduled on Monday - House Judiciary Committee
Burundi: 38 killed in landslide in Cibitoke
Putin signs off law to label journalists as foreign agents
US urges Iraq to probe 'abhorrent' killings of protesters
Trump campaign bars Bloomberg News, alleging 'bias'
UN chief urges countries not to surrender on climate fight
Hundreds rally in Myanmar to show support for Suu Kyi
Nearly 200 countries attend ambitious climate talks
Iraq parliament approves PM resignation, protesters mourn dead
At least 11 people Injured in shooting in New Orleans - Police
Suriname president sentenced to 20 yrs imprisonment
Leonardo DiCaprio paid to torch Amazon, claims Brazil President Bolsonaro
Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101
Iraq PM says will resign after bloody protests
London Bridge attack declared terrorist incident, suspect with hoax bomb vest shot dead by police
China summons US envoy, asks Washington not to implement Hong Kong bill
Pak SC grants 6-month conditional extension to Army chief Gen Bajwa
Former Maldives leader jailed for money laundering
Israeli aircraft hit Hamas site after rocket fire from Gaza
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Quinta Brunson to star in HBO Max's single-camera comedy
 Los Angeles: Actor-comedienne Qunita Brunson is set to play the lead role in a untitled single-camer  
David Kerr to helm 'Joy To The World'
Questlove to make directorial debut with 'Black Woodstock'
Taapsee Pannu to feature in Mithali Raj biopic
KERALA NEWS
Kerala shocked by plight of poor mother, six children
 Thiruvananthapuram: This hapless mother was unable to find food to fill the little stomach of her ch
Kerala: Youth hurled down by Policeman during vehicle checking, seriously injured
Kerala High Court takes suo moto case against lawyers protested against magistrate
School girl killed of snakebite: Separate demonstrations by YC, SFI turns violent, police resorts to lathicharge
NATIONAL NEWS
Naidu condemns attack on Unnao rape survivor
 New Delhi: Rajya Sabha chairman and Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu condemned the incident in which a
1984 riots: Javadekar slams Manmohan Singh, says if Rao was so bad, why did you become FM under him?
The Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill 2019 returned to Lok Sabha
India conducts fresh night trial of Prithvi-2 missile
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