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  1. U.S. Senate Republican Marco Rubio hits Tim Cook for kowtowing to China

    Apple and Tim Cook are again under fire for their relationship with the Chinese government…

  2. Apple CEO Cook optimistic that some apps pulled in China will return; welcomes WeChat ecosystem on iPhone

    Cook stressed that he believes strongly in freedoms, in comments after a U.S. democratic senator’s remarks on Tuesday that Apple had a moral obligation to promote free expression…

  3. Apple CEO Cook kissed the ring in China because he had no choice

    Tim Cook is desperate to hold onto any remaining scraps of the China market…

  4. Apple CEO Cook in China: Internet must have security, humanity

    Apple Inc.’s Tim Cook and Google’s Sundar Pichai made their first appearances at China’s World Internet Conference…

  5. Apple CEO Cook to attend state-run internet conference in China

    Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook is scheduled to attend China’s state-run internet conference next week…

  6. Apple’s Cook, Facebook’s Zuckerberg meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing

    Xi was speaking to business leaders and officials…

  7. U.S. Senators Ted Cruz and Patrick Leahy blast Apple CEO Tim Cook for removing VPN apps from App Store in China

    U.S. Senator’s Ted Cruz (R, Texas) and Patrick Leahy (D, Vermont) have penned a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook…

  8. Is Apple diworseifying?

    Undoubtedly, Apple is distinguished for the iPhone

  9. Will Apple’s risk-aversion doom its TV content effort?

    The first noteworthy Apple video was the ad it debuted at the 1984 Super Bowl…

  10. Why Apple CEO Tim Cook capitulates to China: Money and power

    Apple has amassed significant power and billions of dollars from its deals in China, a country often firmly opposed to the values the company’s CEO regularly espouses in the United States…

  11. China’s dream is Apple’s nightmare: U.S. tech firms face risks as they quietly bow to China’s censorship and technology demands

    CEOs of U.S. high-tech companies have been notably silent…

  12. As Apple’s services business grows in China, so does its censorship risk

    Apple Inc. took a public-opinion beating after it removed anticensorship tools from its China app store…

  13. Joining Apple, Amazon’s China cloud service bows to censors

    Another major American technology company is moving to implement the country’s tough restrictions on online content…

  14. There are two sides to Apple’s China story

    Apple Inc.’s decision to remove VPN apps in China is…

  15. Putin bans VPNs to stop Russians accessing prohibited websites

    President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that prohibits technology that provides access to websites banned in Russia…

  16. Apple issues statement regarding removal of VPN apps from China App Store

    China’s MIIT Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced that all developers offering VPNs…

  17. Apple removes VPN apps from China App Store

    We received notification from Apple today, July 29, 2017, at roughly 04:00 GMT, that the ExpressVPN…

  18. Apple creates new managing director role for China

    Apple wants China to know they’re serious…

  19. Warring kings and fire-breathing dragons drive Apple growth in China, even as iPhone sales stall

    Apple Inc has a new China growth driver…

  20. In bid to improve censorship, China to summon Apple execs to discuss stricter App Store oversight

    Apple has said it follows local law about what content is illegal and must be censored…

  21. Will Apple CEO Tim Cook stand up to China over App Store censorship?

    Chinese authorities plan to question Apple about video streaming services available…

  22. China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputy

    China has replaced its internet regulator, Lu Wei, the hard-liner responsible for leading the government’s efforts…

  23. Apple to face more scrutiny as China cracks down on apps

    More than half a billion Chinese smartphone users face increased monitoring of their mobile app…

  24. China says Apple, app developers must track identities of users and developers

    China has tightened rules for mobile app developers including requiring real-name registration and preserving users’ activity logs…

  25. Apple deactivates News app in China

    Apple has disabled its news app in China, the most recent sign of how difficult it can be for foreign companies to manage the strict rules…

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