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Apple pulls app used to track Hong Kong police, Cook defends move

Reuters India Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Apple Inc has removed an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements, saying it was used to target officers, after a Chinese state newspaper sharply criticized the U.S. tech giant for allowing the software.
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