• A former Google China exec says the company's plan to build a censored search engine in the country is likely a violation of human rights

    5 days ago - By Chron

    Greg Sandoval/Business Insider
    A former Google exec who worked in China has called Google's plan to build a censored search engine "stupid."
    Lokman Tsui, head of free expression for Asia, said he couldn't think of a scenario by which such a search engine didn't violate human-rights standards.
    Tsui said that Google no longer employs anyone with his former title, which was "head of free expression."
    Lokman Tsui didn't mince words.
    The Intercept on Friday published an interview with Tsui, Google's former head of free expression for Asia and the Pacific until 2014. The former Googler...
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