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Google May Not Follow Through With Censored Chinese Search Engine

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Google May Not Follow Through With Censored Chinese Search Engine

Google May Not Follow Through With Censored Chinese Search Engine

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 in its common form due to the Chinese government’s strict content censorship policies.

When questioned by the House Judiciary Committee last week, Google CEO Sundar Pichai denied any current plans for a Chinese search engine.

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