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Google's secret China censorship project shares a name with Sergey Brin's mega-yacht

**Source: mashable.com

Aug 16, 2018 4:04 PM - 2+ mon ago

Description: Well, this is awkward.  As Google employees continue to protest their company's no-longer secret plan to launch a censored version of its search engine in China, one little detail seems to have gone largely unremarked. Namely, that the project shares the name Dragonfly with a mega-yacht reportedly owned by Google co-founder Sergey Brin. SEE ALSO: Google is developing a censored news app for China That's right, Google executives gave their project designed to aid Chinese censorship the same name as a $80 million yacht. This fascinating detail was first picked up by journalist Ryan Gallagher (who initially broke the Google censorship story ...

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