Google Employees Oppose Sabotaging Chinese Search Engine Rival with Censorship

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Approximately 1,400 Google employees have demanded that the largest search engine in the world disclose information about the sabotaging and consequent censoring of search engine ‘Dragonfly’ in China. This information was reported by The New York Times referring to the employees’ letter to Google management.

It is noted that employees are required to provide them with more information about the project they are developing so that they can understand the ethical consequences behind their work. It is also stated that ‘Google’s willingness to comply with the Chinese censorship requirements raises urgent moral and ethical issues.’