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Alphabet Chairman Admits that Google will have to Break Its Core Values if it Wants to Launch a Search Engine in China

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  • The chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, has said that anybody who does business in China "compromises some of their core values."
  • Google is working on plans to return to the Chinese market with a censored search engine after an eight-year hiatus.
  • John Hennessy said Google needs to balance ethical compromises with the possibility that a better search engine could improve quality of life for Chinese citizens...
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