Details leak of Google's censored search engine

  1. Details leak of Google’s censored search engine  CNET
  2. Google Pixel 3 And Pixel 3 XL Leak Train Unloads New Detailed Renders  Hot Hardware
  3. How to Download Google’s New Pixel 3 Wallpapers Now  Lifehacker
  4. Google Pixel 3: Latest rumours, release date and specs – what’s so special about these upcoming phones?  Mirror.co.uk
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Google Employees Resign In Protest Of Project Dragonfly, A Censored Search Engine For China

  1. Google Employees Resign In Protest Of Project Dragonfly, A Censored Search Engine For China  Tech Times
  2. Google’s Dragonfly prototype links user’s phone number to search history  WeForNews (satire) (press release) (blog)
  3. Google’s China plan spurs inquiry from US lawmakers  ClickLancashire
  4. Google China Prototype Links Searches to Phone Numbers  The Intercept
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House lawmakers want answers from Google on censored Chinese search engine

  1. House lawmakers want answers from Google on censored Chinese search engine  The Verge
  2. AI Expert Leaves Google Over Plan To ‘Capitulate’ To China Censorship  Android Headlines
  3. Congress wants to know if Google plans to relaunch search in China  Engadget
  4. Google Plans to Launch Censored Search Engine in China, Leaked Documents Reveal  The Intercept
  5. Google employees quit over controversial China search engine project, report says  Fox News
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More than 1000 Google workers protest censored China search

  1. More than 1000 Google workers protest censored China search  PA home page
  2. Googlers petition for transparency, ethical review of censored Chinese search engine  9to5Google
  3. Google Employees Demand Transparency Around China Search Engine  MediaPost Communications
  4. Google’s censored search engine could actually help Chinese citizens  Washington Post
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More than 1000 Google workers protest censored China search

  1. More than 1000 Google workers protest censored China search  WTOP
  2. Google employees organize against censored search service for China  The Hill
  3. 1400 Google Employees Are Protesting Project Dragonfly, A Censored Search Engine And News App For China  The Inquisitr
  4. Google’s censored search engine could actually help Chinese citizens  Washington Post
  5. Google employees protest secret work on censored search engine for China  Seattle Times
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Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'

  1. Google employees criticise ‘censored China search engine’  BBC News
  2. Google employees revolt over censored search engine project for China, reports say  Fox News
  3. Estimated 1000 Google Employees Pushing Back On China Search Engine  Android Headlines
  4. Google Employees Protest Secret Work on Censored Search Engine for China  New York Times
  5. Google’s censored search engine could actually help Chinese citizens  Washington Post
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US senators ask Sundar Pichai about Google's plan of censored China version

  1. US senators ask Sundar Pichai about Google’s plan of censored China version  Business Standard
  2. US Senators Want Answers from Sundar Pichai About Google’s Reported China Search Engine  News18
  3. Google Declines To Confrim Reports On It’s Chinese Version  http://www.newsgram.com/
  4. Don’t do evil at China’s bidding, Google  Washington Post
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US Senators Ask Sundar Pichai About Google's Censored China Search Engine

  1. US Senators Ask Sundar Pichai About Google’s Censored China Search Engine  NDTV
  2. Google Declines To Confrim Reports On It’s Chinese Version  http://www.newsgram.com/
  3. Senators Demand Answers About Google’s Censored Chinese Search Engine  Fortune
  4. Don’t do evil at China’s bidding, Google  Washington Post
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Google in China: Internet giant 'plans censored search engine'

  1. Google in China: Internet giant ‘plans censored search engine’  BBC News
  2. There’s more: Google is also said to be developing a censored news app for China  TechCrunch
  3. Google Considering Censored Search Engine for Return to China  Wall Street Journal
  4. Google is embracing evil  New York Post
  5. Google, Seeking a Return to China, Is Said to Be Building a Censored Search Engine  New York Times
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There's more: Google is also said to be developing a censored news app for China

  1. There’s more: Google is also said to be developing a censored news app for China  TechCrunch
  2. Google Considering Censored Search Engine for Return to China  Wall Street Journal
  3. Google to develop AI-powered news-aggregation app for China in addition to mobile search  South China Morning Post
  4. Google is embracing evil  New York Post
  5. Google, Seeking a Return to China, Is Said to Be Building a Censored Search Engine  New York Times
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Facebook censored a post for 'hate speech.' It was the Declaration of Independence.

  1. Facebook censored a post for ‘hate speech.’ It was the Declaration of Independence.  Washington Post
  2. Facebook apologizes after labeling part of Declaration of Independence ‘hate speech’  CNN
  3. Facebook reinstates Declaration of Independence post after mistakenly flagging it as hate speech  NBCNews.com
  4. Facebook removes post with Declaration of Independence excerpt  USA TODAY
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Robert De Niro Censored for Saying "F–k Trump" at the Tony Awards

  1. Robert De Niro Censored for Saying “F–k Trump” at the Tony Awards  E! Online
  2. Robert De Niro throws F-bombs at Trump during Tony Awards  Fox News
  3. Robert De Niro said ‘f— Trump’ at the Tony Awards and got a standing ovation  AOL
  4. Robert De Niro says ‘F— Trump’ at 2018 Tony Awards  Cincinnati.com
  5. The hits and misses of the Tonys, from Robert De Niro’s crowd-pleasing cursing to an awkward singalong  Washington Post
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