A day after Virginia Senator Mark Warner slammed Titter for a response to a congressional probe which he called inadequate. Google has now announced that it will setup the internal probe to find the evidence of Russian intervention in the 2016 US elections.
In an statement issued on Friday, by Google has said that “It is cooperating with in inquiries and is looking for how it can help with any relevant information”.
The House intelligence committee has invited Google, Facebook and Twitter on October to appear for public hearing, whereas the Senate intelligence committee has invited Google, Facebook and Twitter on 1st November for the same.
After the closed door meeting on Friday with congressional investigator, Twitter announced that it had suspended more than two dozen accounts that may have a link with Russia, Warner told reporters the response was inadequate and had mostly relied on data from Facebook.