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Report: Google to launch censored Search in China despite denials

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Google intends to launch a censored version of its Search app for China sometime in the next six to nine months, according to a leaked transcript from a private employee meeting held last month. The Intercept’s Ryan Gallagher today reported the company’s Search engine chief, Ben Gomes, held a meeting to congratulate a room full of employees working on the platform, dubbed Project Dragonfly. According to The Intercept, Gomes talked about the launch timeline: While we are saying it’s going to be six and nine months [to launch], the world is a very dynamic place. He goes on to point out…

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