• Rights groups and tech workers unite to swat down Google's Dragonfly

    9 days ago - By Fast Company

    An engineer who resigned in protest joins Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese groups to launch a campaign against Google's proposed China project, just as its CEO heads to Capitol Hill.
    Shortly after The Intercept broke the story about Google's Dragonfly project-a censored, snooping search engine in development for the China market-engineer Jack Poulson decided it was time to leave the company. The senior researcher and AI expert submitted an epic resignation letter in late August, just 19 days after The Intercept article, and he began speaking very publicly as more news about Dragonfly broke. He...
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