Apple will take a rare shareholder grilling about free speech after it removed a map app used by Hong Kong protesters

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And do nothing. It’s all about the Benjamin’s baby.

MimmsBoy

Authoritarianism from authoritarian nations leaks into non-authoritarian nations when companies from non-authoritarian nations rely on a significant amount of business from the the authoritarian nations.

TheLogicalMonkey

Hate to say it but free speech only exists to Apple when it is convenient for them.

scantyspider

So no slamming this time? Only grilling? How about roasting/baking/burning? Meh, journalism nowadays, with its lame baititles, ain’t what it used to be a month ago… Edit: thank you for my first gold, kind stranger <3

smecta

Apple is not *for* free speech. Apple supports controlling everything about what you experience and do from start to finish. In fact, Apple is the exact opposite of freedom.

Zahne1977