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Google said it wasn't responding to a request by the Chinese government or police when it pulled a game about the Hong Kong protests from its app store (GOOG, GOOGL)

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Google said it wasn't responding to a request by the Chinese government or police when it pulled a game about the Hong Kong protests from its app store (GOOG, GOOGL)· Google recently removed a mobile game about the Hong Kong protests from its Google Play app store.
· The Wall Street Journal reports the company removed the app after Hong Kong police asked that it be pulled.
· Google denies this and says the game's developers were trying to capitalize on the Hong Kong protest conflict,...
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