After it became public that Google was planning on building a censored search engine for China after promising not to, many were outraged. However, it looks like no one was more disappointed and angry than Google employees themselves, and thank God they were.

As for why, after Google Dragonfly project was leaked over 200 employees at the tech conglomerate publicly signed an open letter urging the company to cease development on the venture. Well luckily, due to the actions of those individuals the company has “effectively ended” their plans to produce a censored version of the search engine which planned to hide terms such as “human rights,” “student protest” and “Nobel Prize,” to further avoid the discussion of topics deemed too sensitive to the country’s Communist Party.

However, that doesn’t mean that the venture is completely called off, in fact, the company has announced that they are still planning to still research ways to launch a search engine China’s censorship regime will allow. I guess we will have to wait and see what form the project will take.

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