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Google is likely to end its efforts to build a censored search engine for China, says report (GOOG, GOOGL)

Business Insider Monday, 17 December 2018
Google is likely to end its efforts to build a censored search engine for China, says report (GOOG, GOOGL)· Google will likely halt its censored search project for China, according to a report by The Intercept on Monday. 
· Members of the Dragonfly team are said to have been using large data sets pulled from the Beijing-based website 265.com, which Google owns, to help build the censored search product. 
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Google may not be able to crack the Chinese market after all. Geek.com reports Google's Project Dragonfly is an attempt to bring a custom search engine into China. According to a report on the Intercept, Google’s Dragonfly project is “effectively ended.” The country currently cannot use Google...

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