Apple Removes App That Tracked Hong Kong Police  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News
Apple said it was removing the HKmap.live app, which was criticized by Chinese state media, because Hong Kong authorities said protesters used it to attack police.Apple said it was removing the HKmap.live app, which was criticized by Chinese state media, because Hong Kong authorities said protesters used it to attack police.

The tech company said the app violated its rules because it was used to ambush police and by criminals who used it to victimize residents in areas with n...The tech company said the app violated its rules because it was used to ambush police and by criminals who used it to victimize residents in areas with n...

Apple Removes Police-Tracking App Used In Hong Kong Protests From Its App Store | HuffPost

The app has been used to endanger law enforcement, according to Hong Kong authorities.The app has been used to endanger law enforcement, according to Hong Kong authorities.

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The protests began early Sunday afternoon in the Causeway Bay shopping district and quickly turned violent, as demonstrators smashed the windows of a subway station in nearby Wan Chai and threw flaming bottles into it.The protests began early Sunday afternoon in the Causeway Bay shopping district and quickly turned violent, as demonstrators smashed the windows of a subway station in nearby Wan Chai and threw flaming bottles into it.

Major clashes erupt in Hong Kong before China’s National Day | World News, The Indian Express

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“Regarding @Apple pulling a HK app at the demand of China: - Apple is a C Corp; fiduciary duty to maximize profits and shareholder value while minimizing risks - Most of Apple’s supply chain is in China This is easy math. If only they were a B Corp instead ¯\_(ツ)_/¯”

Sam McRoberts on Twitter: "Regarding @Apple pulling a HK app at the demand of China: - Apple is a C Corp; fiduciary duty to maximize profits and shareholder value while minimizing risks - Most of Apple’s supply chain is in China This is easy math. If only they were a B Corp instead ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"

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“https://t.co/g31TfaTxEl app that protestors in #HongKong used to track police movements removed by @Apple.”

Steve Herman on Twitter: "https://t.co/g31TfaTxEl app that protestors in #HongKong used to track police movements removed by @Apple."

Apple on Thursday removed a Hong Kong map application used by pro-democracy protesters, saying it endangered police, after China warned the US tech giant to drop the app. According to a statement published by the makers of HKmap.live, Apple said “your app has been used in ways that endanger law enforcement and residents in Hong Kong”. The financial […]

Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters for 'endangering police' after China warning | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Apple has removed US publication Quartz’s mobile news app from the Chinese version of its App Store over complaints from the country’s government. According to Quartz, this is due to the publication’s ongoing coverage of the Hong Kong protests, and the company says its entire website has also been blocked from being accessed in mainland China.Quartz says its website has also been banned in mainland China

Apple reportedly removes Quartz news app in China over Hong Kong coverage - The Verge

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UPDATE: 22:30 PM: Apple later on Wednesday removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements from its app store with the argument that it violated rules because it was used to ambush police. PREVIOUS 930 AM: Apple is the latest U.S. company to enter China's cross-hairsUPDATE: 22:30 PM: Apple later on Wednesday removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements from its app store with the argument that it violated rules because it was used to ambush police. PREVIOUS 930 AM: Apple is the latest U.S. company to enter China's cross-hairs

Apple Becomes Latest U.S. Company To Cross China Over Hong Kong Protests

The iPhone maker has removed an app that allowed rioters in Hong Kong to track where police are located after reports that it was used to ambush officers and vandalize communities where law enforcement was not present.The iPhone maker has removed an app that allowed rioters in Hong Kong to track where police are located after reports that it was used to ambush officers and vandalize communities where law enforcement was not present.

Apple removes app that Hong Kong protesters used to track police movements following vandalism, attacks on officers — RT World News

Apple Inc on Wednesday removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements from its app store, saying it violated rules because it was used to ambush police.Apple Inc on Wednesday removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to ...

Apple pulls police-tracking app used in Hong Kong protests after consulting authorities - Reuters

Apple relents and removes a ​controversial app just hours after threats from China.Apple relents and removes a ​controversial app just hours after threats from China.

Stunning New Apple Backtrack After Threats From China

Apple has removed an app from its Apple store used by Hong Kong protesters to determine the whereabouts of police.Apple has removed an app from its Apple store used by Hong Kong protesters to determine the whereabouts of police.

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Apple removes HKmap.live, a crowdsourced live maps app that protestors in Hong Kong used to track police movements, days after approving it.Apple removes HKmap.live, a crowdsourced live maps app that protestors in Hong Kong used to track police movements, days after approving it.

Apple bans app that warns Hong Kong citizens about police activity, again