Google’s secret censored search engine triggers protests

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By Olivia Solon

Human-rights activists planned to protest outside Google offices in 10 countries Friday to urge the company to scrap the censored search engine it developed for the Chinese market, which is codenamed “Project Dragonfly.”

The Stop Google Censorship campaign comprises a coalition of groups representing communities that have faced persecution by the Chinese government, including Tibetans and Uighur Muslims.


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