Seven Google employees have reserved with reference to lack of business review after the Internet giant has revealed his efforts to enter China through a censored application-code project "Dragonfly".
The company's employee shared the list of names on an email list dedicated to discussions about ethics and transparency issues on Google.
"Three sources familiar with the case, confirmed the existence of the list, consisting largely of software engineers whose experience on Google varies between one and 11 years," BuzzFeed News reported.
One of the names in the list includes former Google Senior Researcher Jack Poulson, who worked for Google in Toronto before being asked for last month.
"The reported redundancies illustrate a changing cultural environment at Google, where employees have been more prominent, publicly challenged strategy set by the company's leadership," the CNET report was added.
These days after announcing that Google Cloud's Artificial Intelligence (AI) chief scientist Fei-Fei Li will be replaced by Andrew Moore, Dean of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science.
Google's reported plan to launch a censored version of the search engine in China has come under heavy criticism from a former Asia-Pacific leader of the company's free expression question that called it a "stupid move".
The search engine giant had launched a search engine e in China in 2006, but pulled the service out of the country in 2010, quoting Chinese government to restrict speeches and block sites.
First published: September 15, 2018, 17:11 IST