Google is reportedly planning to
re-launch its search engine in China, complete with censored results to meet the demands of the Chinese government. The company originally shut down its Chinese search engine in 2010, citing government attempts to “limit free speech on the web.” But, according to a report from The Intercept, the US tech giant now wants to return to the world’s biggest single market for internet users.
According to internal documents provided to The Intercept by a whistleblower, Google has been developing a censored version of its search engine under the codename
Dragonfly since the beginning of 2017. The search engine is being built as an Android mobile app, and will reportedly filter out all websites blocked by China’s…
Whistleblower reveals Google’s plans for censored search in China
By James Vincent
August 1, 2018 at 02:41AM
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