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Daily Dashboard | How Dragonfly defied normal procedure Related reading: FTC Chair Simons voices support for federal US privacy law

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The Intercept reports on the secrecy surrounding Google’s Dragonfly project, which aimed to construct a search engine specially tailored for censoring material in China. A current Google employee familiar with the project said there was a need to prevent leaks within the company, adding, “Their biggest fear was that internal opposition would slow our operations.” While Google’s products and services must be reviewed by appropriate professionals to identify potential issues or problems in the future, the article interviews four people familiar with the project to find that, in Dragonfly’s case, the normal procedure was not followed.
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