The code-named ” Dragonfly ” is planned from August this year to be Intercept exposed after it suffered politicians , freedom of speech advocacy groups , former employees attack and other liberals, last week, Google employees also initiated an open letter , he asked Google to abandon the plan. However, Google is not one-sided inside, but there are also employees who support the program. An open letter to support the program inside Google has been signed by 500 employees.
TechCrunch got the letter through Google employees. The main appeal of supporters is that Google’s mission is to “integrate global information so that everyone can access and benefit from it.” China should also be part of it.
This view is idealized. The letter also recognizes that is a “tough product” and may “finally do more harm than good.” However, if you simply give up, you may miss an opportunity to try “a workaround that may be suitable for China.”
This letter is different from the above-mentioned joint opposition plan in Medium. The former did not pay. Given Sandahl · Pichardo Iraq will be Google CEO facing Congress this week, there was speculation that the letter might be inspired from management. However, according to TechCrunch, this letter was submitted anonymously by Google employees using an internal system.
It’s not surprising that Google’s employees who support China’s entry are not surprising. After all, Google has 85,000 employees, each of whom has their own opinions and opinions , but as far as the plan is concerned, it’s hard to think of Google’s development besides money-driven. Such a tool. Going forward, Google is a large company. In small companies, 500 people may be statistically significant, but in Google, 500 people only account for more than five-thousandths of the total employees. In such a large company, any kind of opinion may collect a considerable amount of signatures and support. The most important thing is to remember that this is not necessarily universal.
Google search is still the most important business, while China is the world’s smartphone users , applications consume the largest market sector and so on. After exiting China in 2010, there was almost no economic intersection between the search giant and the golden age of China Mobile Internet development.
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