The tech giant Google’s own employees are suspicious about the company, of course, the tech giant Google itself. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google is working on a secret search engine.
Google Employees: Google Is Working On A Secret Search Engine
The tech giant Google’s own employees are suspicious about the company, of course, the tech giant Google itself. As it is not the first time, of course, if we take into account that 2018 was a year in which the tech giant Google was questioned on several occasions by the decisions related to various aspects of the controversy.
One of them was the Dragonfly, the censored search engine that the tech giant Google was developing to launch in the Chinese market and which had supposedly been dismantled at the end of the year. But, now according to the sources inside the company, of course, the tech giant Google, it has not been like that.
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As they pick it up now at The Intercept, the well-known medium that has most closely followed this case and has been able to talk to three employees of the tech giant Google who claims to have made their own inquiries after the suspicion that the apparent decision of the company, of course, the tech giant Google to stop the related works with Dragonfly.
Their researches have taken them to the repositories of the code of two applications called Maotai and Longfei, which were designed for the Chinese market in the iOS and Android operating systems, respectively.
Looking closely at the code of these apps, employees have warned about 500 changes in the same during the last month of December and about 400 between the months of January and February 2019. Since 2017, they say, that the changes related to these pieces of software have been maintained between 150 and 500 monthly.
While some believe that this could mean only some final changes in the face of the final closure of the project, others reaffirms that the work related to the search engine for China is still going on in the offices of the tech giant Google, a fact supported by the presence of about one hundred people staying in the place of the campus to which it is related to the search engine.
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There are “strong indications that something continues to happen”, says a former employee who has left the company this February. And not only that even the CEO of the tech giant Google, of course, Sundar Pichai itself has also stated in October the potential to have a search engine in China and claimed that censorship would hardly be noticeable for practical purposes.
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