Google's biggest potential growth markets have one big hurdle in common: People often lack access to the internet. So the tech giant is helping the development along by setting up its own Wi-Fi hotspots.
As Google looks at developing a search engine censored by Beijing, China's online authoritarianism combined with its development as a global hub for artificial intelligence innovation presents an ethical dilemma.
Google has decided against opening a "Campus" for startups in Berlin after a series of protests. The space will now be sublet to a charity planning to open it up for local social projects.
The UK's High Court has blocked an attempt to bring legal action against Google for alleged illegal data collection. The 'Google You Owe Us' group said it plans to appeal.
Google has announced it will be winding down its little-used Plus social network. The tech giant has also admitted that a bug in its social network may have exposed the personal data of some 500,000 users.
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