Ryan Gallagher is a U.K.-based investigative journalist whose work at The Intercept is focused on national security and civil liberties.
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A group of employees said Google made hundreds of changes to smartphone apps for the controversial project, thought to be defunct.
The site shows which apps — from human rights groups, the New York Times, and virtual private networks — have been removed from Apple's app store in China.
Investors, human rights advocates, and staffers continue to criticize Google for a project to bring censored search back to China.
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.
Sundar Pichai told the House Judiciary Committee that Google has “no plans to launch a search service in China.”