Google to comply with India’s new IT rules: Sundar Pichai
Google and Facebook are two of the largest companies that have said they aim to comply with the laws. Messaging giant, WhatsApp, on the other hand sued the Indian government on 25 May, seeking to block the rules from being implemented
NEW DELHI: Google chief executive, Sundar Pichai, has reiterated the company’s plans to comply with India’s new Intermediary Rules. According to a report in the Economic Times, Pichai said the company’s local teams are holding talks with the government, but it will comply with local laws. He also said the company will continue to publish its transparency reports, which include data on the legal information requests it gets from governments.