Google Dragonfly

Google’s internal project to bring censored search back to China, Dragonfly, was kept secret until revealed by The Intercept. Internal dissent, objections from senators and the vice president, and worldwide protests followed. Ryan Gallagher reports.

Google’s Censored Search Would Help China “Be More Open,” Said Ex-CEO Eric Schmidt

The former Google CEO also claimed that employees building the search engine, Dragonfly, knew what they were working on — contradicting what they have said.

Google Is Conducting a Secret “Performance Review” of Its Censored China Search Project

Google normally assesses performance through open peer review. But it is evaluating its censored search team behind closed doors.

Google Employees Uncover Ongoing Work on Censored China Search

A group of employees said Google made hundreds of changes to smartphone apps for the controversial project, thought to be defunct.

Google Faces Renewed Protests and Criticism Over China Search Project

Investors, human rights advocates, and staffers continue to criticize Google for a project to bring censored search back to China.

Google’s Secret China Project “Effectively Ended” After Internal Confrontation

Google reassigned several groups of engineers away from a planned censored search engine after a rift over its use of real internet queries in China for testing.