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#iossecurity | #applesecurity | China state newspaper criticizes Apple for app use by Hong Kong protesters
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Apple is seen at a store in Zurich, Switzerland January 3, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo
HONG KONG (Reuters) – The Chinese Communist Party’s official newspaper, the People’s Daily, lashed out on Tuesday at Apple Inc for allowing an app on its app store that tracks the movement of police around Hong Kong and is used by protesters in ongoing and sometimes violent demonstrations.
In a commentary the newspaper did not mention the name of the location app, but it decried what it said was Apple’s complicity in helping the protesters and questioned whether Apple was “thinking clearly”.
One such map that is available on the Apple app store, the HKmap.live app, has become a lightning rod on Twitter for criticism and support of the protests. The developer did not immediately respond to a request for comment. On Saturday in a tweet they said that Apple had “many business considerations” but had “make thing(s) right.”
Apple is the latest foreign company to catch heat in relation to the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, which have lasted four months.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) and U.S. sports brand Vans also have become embroiled in controversies over the protests.
The piece on the website of the People’s Daily said Apple did not have a sense of right and wrong, and ignored the truth.
Making the App available on Apple’s Hong Kong app Store at this time was “opening the door” to violent protesters in the former British colony.
“Letting poisonous software have its way is a betrayal of the Chinese people’s feelings,” the paper said.
Apple did not respond to a request for a comment.
Reporting by Twinnie Siu in Hong Kong and Stephen Nellis in San Franisco; Editing by Peter Henderson and David Gregorio
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In the latest case of a bizarre divorce announcements, a Saudi Arabia-based banker informed his 25-year-old wife in Hyderabad of his decision via a newspaper advertisement, NDTV reported on Thursday. The Hyderabad Police have charged Mohd Mushtaquddin with cheating and cruelty. The complainant said she saw the advertisement on March 4 and later received a call from her husband’s lawyer. She said was living with Mushtaquddin until a few months ago when they returned to India for trip. Read More….
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Journalist jailed for two years for helping Anonymous hack the computer system of his former employer, the LA Times Journalist Matthew Keys has been sentenced to two years in prison, after he was convicted of helping the Anonymous hacking collective gain access to the computer systems of Tribune Media. Tribune Media was the former employer of Keys, and it owns a number of media outlets in the United States including the LA Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Baltimore Sun. Disgruntled Employee? It also owned KTXL FOX40, a Sacramento television station, where Keys used to work as a web producer and network site administrator before he was reportedly fired. Key then joined the Reuters news agency as deputy social media editor, before he was charged in March 2013 for conspiring with Anonymous to help break into systems of his previous company. He was accused of handing over his login details for the Tribune Company in 2010 in an online chatroom to an Anonymous hacker, who then accessed the Tribune Content Management System (CMS) and changed the headline of a 2010 LA Times story. The change itself was reportedly relatively trivial, as the hacker simply changed the LA Times article headline […]
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