Why Did Google Choose NOW to Remove “Don’t Be Evil” Clause from Its Code of Conduct? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Why Did Google Choose NOW to Remove “Don’t Be Evil” Clause from Its Code of Conduct?

Google used to have an iconic clause in its code of conduct that said, “Don’t be evil.” Yet the clause was recently and quietly sent down the memory hole.

Given the recent House Judiciary Committee hearing involving Google CEO Sundar Pichai to testify on issues like the secretive Dragonfly project that would install a special censorship search engine for Chinese citizens…it’s a little creepy.

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