Mirroring a similar protest by Amazon employees last month, Google employees have published an open letter on Medium protesting Google's censored search engine project for the Chinese government. The employees say many of them joined Google back when the company openly protested China's censorship policies, instead of working with them, and claim the company used to be "willing to place its values above its profits." By my count, only 91 employees have signed the letter so far, but Medium says they're updating the post with signatures as they come in, and the letter says "thousands" of Google employees have raised their voices for months. We join with Amnesty International in demanding that Google cancel Dragonfly. We also demand that leadership commit to transparency, clear communication, and real accountability. Google is too powerful not to be held accountable. We deserve to know what we’re building and we deserve a say in these significant decisions.