Under the new IT rules, large digital platforms with over 5 million users will have to publish compliance reports every month, mentioning the details of complaints received and action taken thereon.
In an upcoming release, Google will also add an option to delete the site from your browsing history in Chrome.
The Delhi-NCR Cloud region (which also has three availability zones) is Google's 10th such setup in the Asia Pacific and 26th globally.
With this move, Delhi will join the league of global cities where real-time data of all buses is being incorporated onto the Google Maps platform.
The agency threatened fines of another 900,000 euros (around $1 million) per day if Google doesn't produce proposals within two months on how it will compensate news producers.
Changing laws pertaining to the internet are leading to different internets in different countries, he said in an interview.
The selected Amrita students include Alluri Harshit Varma (The Terasology Foundation) and Nived (TensorFlow).
'I'm an American citizen but India is deeply within me. So it's a big part of who I am,' Pichai, 49, said, when asked about his roots.
The Delhi government is integrating public transit systems in the city with Google so that people won’t have to wait long for public buses, said Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Friday.
Facebook’s tussle with Australia may be a changing point in the history of the digital world that would redefine the relationships of big tech companies with society.
The lawsuit alleges that Google imposes technical barriers that strongly discourage or completely prevent third-party app developers from distributing apps outside the Google Play Store.
First compliance report by Google, FB under new IT rules big step towards transparency: Minister Prasad
Facebook on Friday said it "actioned" over 30 million content pieces across 10 violation categories during May 15-June 15 in the country.
According to finance ministry officials, India will be able to tax big MNCs doing business in the country without having physical presence here up to 20% of their profits.
This comes after Google CEO Sundar Pichai had stated that the company will follow the laws of the land in response to queries on India’s new IT regulations.
Google is among the first large digital platforms to release its monthly compliance report in compliance with the IT rules that came into force from May 26.