Google is preparing to supply the ruling party of China with a new version of its search engine, codenamed Dragonfly, which would track searches, limit the exchange of ideas, and block information about human rights abuses.
Here are just a few terms on the government of China’s blacklist: “human rights”, “peaceful protest”, “democracy”, “Dalai Lama” -- you and I can Google these terms, so why shouldn’t people living under the government of China’s rule?
If you chip in today, you can help buy hard-hitting ads that will alert thousands of Google users to pile the pressure on the tech giant to drop Dragonfly. You can use Google’s own power against itself to pressure the company to say no to repression. Are you in?