Vice President Pence Gives Speech That Will Ramp Up Tensions With China
VP Pence calls on Google to stop Chinese search product
- Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday that Google should stop development of "Dragonfly," a search product designed for the Chinese market — and that falls in line with the country's censorship guidelines.
- Pence said US companies are thinking twice before entering the Chinese market "if it means turning over their intellectual property or abetting Beijing's oppression."
US Vice President Mike Pence sharply criticized what he said was China's theft of U.S. technology on Thursday, and he urged Google to immediately end development of its "Dragonfly" app that would make it easier to track someone's internet searches.
Pence said in a speech that business leaders are now thinking twice before entering the Chinese market "if it means turning over their intellectual property or abetting Beijing's oppression."
"More must follow suit," he added.
Video: Vice President Mike Pence Calls Report That He’s Prepping for 2020 Run | Nightly News
Grilled Gorgonzola Rib-Eye Steak
Esophageal Cancer Risk Less Dire for Certain Patients
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is the Worst for Your Heart
Obesity in America
This Unfiltered Photo Shows What A Post-Baby Body REALLY Looks Like
How to Prepare to Home School a Tween
1. San Jose, California
How to Find Public Domain Materials
Feed a Spouse, Starve an Argument
Hot Water Crust Pastry Hand Raised Chicken and Ham Pie Recipe
Summer Squash and Zucchini Nutrition Facts
Where are you’: Eamonn Holmes responds to fans after he and Ruth take a presenting hiatus
Cressida Bonas Makes a Surprise Cameo in Princess Eugenie’s Official Wedding Portraits
Why All Men Should Visit The G-Spot Of Europe