Google’s Dublin workers asked to work on US drone warfare project

Google’s Dublin workers asked to work on US drone warfare project

An Irish software engineer who quit over the Pentagon contract said that managers asked her to help develop a system to keep US Department of Defense data classified on Google systems

Google tasked workers in its Dublin office with work on a controversial US military project to improve the use of drones in warfare, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

An Irish software engineer who quit over the Pentagon contract said that managers asked her to help develop a system to keep US Department of Defense data classified on Google systems.

There is a growing movement among tech workers for increased transparency and more ethical consideration...

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