Apple removes New York Times app from China’s app store at government’s request

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Apple removes New York Times app from China’s app store at government’s request

The Verge
Apple has confirmed to The New York Times that it recently removed the paper’s app from the Chinese version of the App Store. The removal was made at the request of the Chinese government, which began blocking the Times’ website in 2012 after the …

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