- Apple is optimistic that some of its popular apps removed from its China App Store this year to comply with government requests will be reinstated, the U.S.
- Cook, speaking at the Fortune Forum in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, also stressed that he believes strongly in freedoms, a comment seen by many as a response to a U.S.
- Apple is facing criticism from local users and rights groups for bowing to pressure from Beijing cyber regulators after it decided to remove dozens of apps from its Chinese store this year, including messaging apps and virtual private network (VPN) services, which help users subvert China’s Great Firewall.
- “My hope over time is that some of the things, the couple of things that’s been pulled, come back.
Reuters / VentureBeat - 2 years ago