Google CEO Sundar Pichai plans to make Republican lawmakers private on Friday to discuss various topics, including claiming the company's political bias in search results.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (California State), who is organizing a meeting on Friday, told the Wall Street Journal that Pikai agreed Republican Congress' questions "graciously" on Friday.
"Google is asking a lot of questions to ask questions about search results, privacy infringement, anti-competitive behavior, prejudice in trade relations with the repression regime such as China," said McCarthy.
As Cheong Wa Dae increases the size and influence of large-scale technology companies, bipartisan concerns are rising at private councils on Friday and public hearings later this year. Google is one of the few technology companies that criticized the view that it reflects liberal prejudice.
Mr. Pichai said: "I am looking forward to meeting members from both sides of the aisles, answering a wide range of questions and explaining the approach." # # 39, a meeting was scheduled "These meetings will be held this year by Congress We will attend seven times to Google, and we will expand the relationship with Congress for a long time. "