Apple has removed an app that allowed Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters to organise and track police movements, and has pulled a reputable news app that has written extensively on the protests from its China app storemoves that have placed it in the centre of a complex political debate.
The electronics giant initially approved the HKmap.live appwhich crowdsources real-time locations of traffic obstructions, police and protesters in the territorybut on Wednesday 9 October...
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