Apple CEO Cook defends removal of police-tracking app used in Hong Kong

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Apple CEO Cook defends removal of police-tracking app used in Hong Kong

According to copy of a letter to employees seen by Reuters and confirmed by Apple.

Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook on Thursday defended the iPhone maker's decision to remove from its app store a police-tracking app used by protesters in Hong Kong, according to a copy of a letter to employees seen by Reuters and confirmed by Apple. In the message on an internal Apple ...

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