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Human Rights Groups Blast Google for 'Actively Aiding China's Censorship and Surveillance Regime'


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Human Rights Groups Blast Google for 'Actively Aiding China's Censorship and Surveillance Regime'

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

In an open letter addressed to Google's chief executive Sundar Pichai, a coalition of human rights groups and advocates are raising alarm about the company "actively aiding China's censorship and surveillance regime" with its work on a search engine project called Dragonfly.


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For anyone who wants to explore Municipal Broadband developments

Then there is also Mozilla Firefox andUbuntu


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Make Orwell Fiction Again


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Google isn’t actually a search engine anywhere on Earth.

People pay to have their sites put up front of “searches.”

Therefore, Google is an ad agency posing as a search engine.


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Google CEO will get off just like Zuck did.


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Google’s censorship can also be found in the US and is politically motivated. The First Amendment of the US Constitution is under attack by attempting to eliminate legal websites with different political views from Google search: