Apple drops Apple Pay support for sites selling neo-Nazi merchandise: Report
Monday, 21 August 2017 Silicon Valley has taken a strong stand against White supremacists marching across Charlottesville in America. Top tech CEOs including Microsoft‘s Satya Nadella, Facebook‘s Mark Zuckerberg, Google’s Sundar Pichai and Apple’s Tim Cook have condemned the violence, and termed it “a disgrace” to the nation. These companies are doing their bit to stand by affected communities, help them raise money, as well as oppose neo-Nazis who have disturbed the law and order in the country. Apple, most recently, has pulled out Apple Pay support from websites selling Nazi merchandise, including apparels, stickers, symbols and so on. First reported by Buzzfeed News, Apple’s move comes after rival payments service PayPal too vowed to cut off its service to hate groups who raise funds via it. The
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