India and the U.S. share enough qualities in like manner to lead on institutionalizing security systems, as indicated by Google Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sundar Pichai. 

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Technology News: On the off chance that institutionalization was done over the world, it could essentially upgrade advanced exchange, he said. “The free progression of data is basic for advanced exchange and we have all observed the advantages of it…we need better defends around client protection. I think , [and] which is all well and good, clients are progressively worried about it.” Mr. Pichai said. 
“It is a significant minute to make institutionalized systems both for clients to have decision and complete straightforwardness and for organizations to be responsible too.” 
India and the U.S. have “sensibly adjusted” ideas around a free and open web, have both protected standards of free articulation, and, subsequently, have enough shared qualities to lead in security systems. 
Mr. Pichai’s comments were made during an India Ideas Summit of the U.S. India Business Council (USIBC) in Washington DC. He was there to get a Global Leadership Award from the USIBC. 
Nasdaq president and CEO Adena Friedman was likewise an honor beneficiary. 
On how he sees Google in India, Mr. Pichai stated, “We took a long haul perspective on our ventures there,” and Google was “energized” and “pleased” to be a piece of India’s development story. 
Less expensive telephones 
“Android actually controls all telephones in India and we profoundly care about making telephones less expensive consistently, with the goal that more individuals can bear the cost of it [sic] and get to it ” Mr. Pichai stated, indicating the development of nearby cellphone producers. 
“Our items assumed a primary job,” Mr. Pichai said. ” But progressively it’s additionally occurring backward. The size of the Indian market enables us to create Indian items there and really take it out universally also. Mr. Pichai talked about advanced installments for instance. 
“India was moving towards computerized installments, so we thought it was the best market to push the eventual fate of advanced installments, ” Mr. Pichai said. Google had propelled Tez in 2017 in India, which was later renamed Google Pay as it was extended all around. 
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