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Apple told Apple TV+ content creators not to besmirch China, report says

AppleInsider Saturday, 12 October 2019
Following a series of decisions that demonstrates Apple's willingness to kowtow to Chinese government wishes, a report on Friday claims company executives exhibited similar patterns of behavior in preparing content for the upcoming Apple TV+ video service.
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