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Apple says Uighurs targeted in iPhone attack but disputes Google findings

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
Apple Inc on Friday confirmed that China's Uighurs, a mostly Muslim minority group considered a security threat by Beijing, had been the target of attacks due to iPhone security flaws, but disputed rival Alphabet Inc's description of the effort to track users of the smartphone in real time.
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