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Google whistleblower launches project to keep tech ethical

Jack Poulson’s non-profit group Tech Inquiry aims to make it easier for coders to speak out
Big tech logos: Jack Poulson says the coders behind the projects should be able to speak out about ethical conflicts. Photograph: Loïc Venance/AFP/Getty Images

Employees of tech companies should have the right to know when they are working on projects they may find ethically unacceptable, a former Google whistleblower has said.

In 2018, Jack Poulson after he resigned from his job at Google over the company’s () plan to build a censorship AI for the Chinese search market. Now, he wants to make sure that other tech workers can fight for

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