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Tim Cook defends Apple’s decision to remove Hong Kong protest app

engadget Thursday, 10 October 2019
Less than a day after Apple sparked controversy by removing a Hong Kong protest app, CEO Tim Cook has defended the decision. Apple removed the HKmap.live app after China Daily -- owned by the Communist Party of China -- criticized the company for lis...
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News video: Apple under fire over app that aids HK protesters

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Apple is under fire in Hong Kong over an app that protesters are using to track police. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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