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According to Bloomberg (This article and its images were originally posted on Bloomberg November 30, 2018 at 07:42AM.)
What does Sergey Brin, president of Alphabet Inc., think about Google’s renewed attempts to open up shop in China? The Google co-founder, and the world’s ninth richest man, has historically been reluctant to let the search giant operate in the country. To do so, the company would need to accommodate the Chinese Communist Party, helping it monitor civilians and censor politically sensitive search terms. That could mean, for example, no Winnie the Pooh.
Despite Brin’s past apprehensions, Google has a team, under the project code name Dragonfly, that is secretly figuring out how to get its search engine back in China.
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