It’s official. Google has ended its quest to re-enter China with a adapted search engine. The company‘s VP of public policy, Karan Bhatia, told the US Senate beforehand this week that it has alone Activity Dragonfly. 

The search giant has “no accepted plans” to go to China, he added.

Last August, letters appear that Google is secretly alive on a custom search engine codenamed “Dragonfly,” that’ll fit China’s norm. In October, a report from The Intercept appear that admitting the severe backlash, Google’s going ahead with its plan to launch the activity in 2019.

However, in December, it was appear that the aggregation is shelving the activity after more than 200 engineers wrote an open letter urging the administration to stop its efforts to enter China.

In March, Google’s agent told The Verge that the program’s “team associates have moved to new projects.” Bhatia’s acceptance to the Senate just puts a stamp to all these reports. 

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