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Google’s Censored Search Would Help China “Be More Open,” Said Ex-CEO Eric Schmidt - 15 mai 2019
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has defended the company’s plan to build a censored version of its search engine in China. In an interview with the BBC on Monday, Schmidt said that he wasn’t involved in decisions to build the censored search platform, code-named Dragonfly. But he insisted that there were “many (...)

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Google employees call for removal of rightwing thinktank leader from AI council - 3 avril 2019
Staffers criticized the appointment of Heritage Foundation president Kay Coles James in a letter published on Monday A group of Google employees have called for the removal of a rightwing thinktank leader from the company’s new artificial intelligence council, citing her anti-LGBT and anti-immigrant record. (...)

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Google employees are lining up to trash Google’s AI ethics council - 2 avril 2019
The independent council was meant to help Google’s public image, but the blowback shows just how fraught—and politicized—use of AI is becoming. Almost a thousand Google staff, academic researchers, and other tech industry figures have signed a letter protesting the makeup of an independent council that Google (...)

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Google Employees Call on Company to Kick Heritage Foundation Ghoul Off AI Ethics Board - 2 avril 2019
Google announced the formation of a global council on technology ethics last week to some deserved trepidation. Sure, the company had amassed some highly qualified individuals to fill seats on this board—but Google’s track record of following its own internal ethics codes is less than spotless. What provoked the (...)

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Google Is Conducting a Secret “Performance Review” of Its Censored China Search Project - 27 mars 2019
Google executives are carrying out a secret internal assessment of work on a censored search engine for China, The Intercept has learned. A small group of top managers at the internet giant are conducting a “performance review” of the controversial effort to build the search platform, known as Dragonfly, which was (...)

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Google n’aurait pas vraiment arrêté de travailler sur son moteur de recherche censuré pour la Chine - 6 mars 2019
Des modifications récentes dans du code informatique laissent à penser que Google n’a pas tout à fait abandonné son projet controversé de moteur de recherche censuré pour la Chine. Google a-t-il vraiment mis un terme au projet Dragonfly (libellule en anglais), nom de code donné au projet de moteur de recherche censuré (...)

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Google Employees Uncover Ongoing Work on Censored China Search - 5 mars 2019
Google employees have carried out their own investigation into the company’s plan to launch a censored search engine for China and say they are concerned that development of the project remains ongoing, The Intercept can reveal. Late last year, bosses moved engineers away from working on the controversial project, (...)

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Google’s Secret China Project “Effectively Ended” After Internal Confrontation - 18 décembre 2018
Google has been forced to shut down a data analysis system it was using to develop a censored search engine for China after members of the company’s privacy team raised internal complaints that it had been kept secret from them, The Intercept has learned. The internal rift over the system has had massive (...)

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Google CEO Hammered by Members of Congress on China Censorship Plan - 12 décembre 2018
Google CEO Sundar Pichai came under fire from lawmakers on Tuesday over the company’s secretive plan to launch a censored search engine in China. During a hearing held by the House Judiciary Committee, Pichai faced sustained questions over the China plan, known as Dragonfly, which would blacklist broad categories (...)

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Chine : Google aurait coupé ses équipes vie privée et sécurité du projet Dragonfly - 3 décembre 2018
The Intercept révèle certains événements qui ont mené au projet de moteur de recherche destiné à la Chine, Dragonfly, dont un groupe de 500 « employés » a récemment demandé l’abandon, sous pression d’Amnesty International. Le média se fonde sur les témoignages de quatre employés. Selon nos confrères, le service s’appuierait sur (...)

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I Quit Google Over Its Censored Chinese Search Engine. The Company Needs to Clarify Its Position on Human Rights. - 2 décembre 2018
John Hennessy, the chair of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., was recently asked whether Google providing a search engine in China that censored results would provide a net benefit for Chinese users. “I don’t know the answer to that. I think it’s — I think it’s a legitimate question,” he responded. “Anybody who (...)

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Google Shut Out Privacy and Security Teams From Secret China Project - 30 novembre 2018
The secrecy surrounding the work was unheard of at Google. It was not unusual for planned new products to be closely guarded ahead of launch. But this time was different. The objective, code-named Dragonfly, was to build a search engine for China that would censor broad categories of information about human (...)

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Des centaines d’employés demandent à Google de renoncer à son moteur de recherche chinois censuré - 29 novembre 2018
Une lettre ouverte signée par des centaines d’employés demandent à Google de laisser tomber son projet Dragonfly, qui consiste à fournir une version censurée de son moteur de recherche à la Chine. La grogne ne faiblit pas chez Google au sujet du très controversé projet Dragonfly, qui consiste à développer une version (...)

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Gafams : et si la révolution venait de l’intérieur ? - 28 novembre 2018
Présenter de vraies excuses nécessite d’apporter une modification réelle à ce qui a provoqué le problème à l’origine de son remords. Mais pour les entreprises de technologie, présenter des excuses tient plutôt du stratagème pour ne rien faire. C’est ce que dit en substance Josh Constine (@joshconstine) sur TechCrunch, qui (...)

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Hundreds of Google Employees Tell Bosses to Cancel Censored Search Amid Worldwide Protests - 28 novembre 2018
More than 240 Google employees have signed an open letter calling on the company to abandon its plan for a censored search engine in China, as protesters took to the streets in eight cities to condemn the secretive project. The letter was published Tuesday morning, signed by a group of 11 Google engineers, (...)

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L’ex-patron de Google prédit un Internet scindé en deux entre la Chine et les États-Unis - 27 septembre 2018
Lors d’un événement privé, Eric Schmidt a prédit qu’Internet se scinderait bientôt en deux. L’ancien patron de Google envisage « un Internet dirigé par la Chine, et un Internet non-chinois dirigé par les Etats-Unis ». Sa sortie intervient alors qu’étaient révélées, le mois dernier, les intentions de Google de prochainement (...)

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Former Google Scientist Tells Senate to Act Over Company’s “Unethical and Unaccountable” China Censorship Plan - 27 septembre 2018
A scientist who quit Google over its plan to build a censored search engine in China has told U.S. senators that some company employees may have “actively subverted” an internal privacy review of the system. Jack Poulson resigned from Google in August after The Intercept reported that a group of the internet (...)

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Google Suppresses Memo Revealing Plans to Closely Track Search Users in China - 23 septembre 2018
Google bosses have forced employees to delete a confidential memo circulating inside the company that revealed explosive details about a plan to launch a censored search engine in China, The Intercept has learned. The memo, authored by a Google engineer who was asked to work on the project, disclosed that the (...)

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Google China Prototype Links Searches to Phone Numbers - 15 septembre 2018
Google built a prototype of a censored search engine for China that links users’ searches to their personal phone numbers, thus making it easier for the Chinese government to monitor people’s queries, The Intercept can reveal. The search engine, codenamed Dragonfly, was designed for Android devices, and would (...)

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Google’s Dragonfly : A Bellwether for Human Rights in the Digital Age - 3 septembre 2018
Both of us vividly recall the remarkable events of 2010, when Google took its stand against Chinese government censorship by publicly declaring it would withdraw its search engine services from China. One of us was providing informal feedback to senior Google executives in the weeks leading up to the decision ; (...)