News By/Courtesy: Aashita Khandelwal | 10 May 2019 0:26am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai, on the annual I/O developer conference, showed his concern about privacy
  • "Privacy cannot be a luxury good", he said
  • He is of the opinion that privacy should be equally available to everyone

Google CEO Sundar Pichai, on the annual I/O developer conference which was held this week, showed his concern towards privacy that the engine provides and said 'Privacy cannot be a "luxury good", that's only available to people who can afford to buy premium products and services'. He is of the opinion that privacy should be equally available to everyone, there should be no partiality regarding that. The engine provides the same services to everyone, take, for example, a Professor and a student at a University. Now, the same service will be provided to a professor at the university and the same service will be provided to the student studying there. In the same way, the Google CEO says, privacy will also be available to all.

The main aim of Google is to provide and develop goods which are universally accessible and useful.  After several questions being raised about privacy, it became the buzzword of the sector. Moreover, he said that Google is not only working on the privacy of the products but it will democratize that security.

Google recently has unveiled its latest Android smartphone that uses the latest technology and its price is 399$, which is nearly affordable. Google is working for better services and stand by its words.

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 10 May 2019 0:37am IST


Tags : #Google #GoogleIO #SundarPichai #Privacy

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