1. Tim Cook defends Apple's removal of Hong Kong mapping app  The Guardian
  2. Apple removes police-tracking app used in Hong Kong protests from its app store  CNBC
  3. Tim Cook explains in leaked memo Apple's removal of Hong Kong map app  Business Insider
  4. Opinion: Apple’s relationship with China is turning into a massive liability  9to5Mac
  5. Sieren's China: A revolutionary spark in Hong...  Taiwan News
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SAN FRANCISCO (REUTERS) - Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook on Thursday (Oct 10) defended the iPhone maker's decision to remove from its app store a police-tracking app used by protesters in Hong Kong, according to a copy of a letter to employees seen by Reuters and confirmed by Apple.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -SAN FRANCISCO (REUTERS) - Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook on Thursday (Oct 10) defended the iPhone maker's decision to remove from its app store a police-tracking app used by

Apple CEO Tim Cook defends removal of police-tracking app used in Hong Kong, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a staff email that the app HKMap Live was being used to"maliciously target individual officers for violence."Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a staff email that the app HKMap Live was being used to"maliciously target individual officers for violence."

Tim Cook explains in leaked memo Apple's removal of Hong Kong map app - Business Insider

One person has been killed and 23 rescued after a 17,000-ton oil and chemical tanker caught fire off Lamma Island on Tuesday. Four people were injured and one was found dead at the scene, a police spesperson told HKFP. The injured were sent to Ruttonjee Hospital in Wanchai and the Intensive Care Unit of Queen Mary Hospital in […]

1 dead, 23 rescued as oil tanker fire off Lamma Island brought under control | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Carrie Lam and other Hong Kong officials should acknowledge that public confidence in the police and the government are plummeting, and agree to an independent investigation into the force’s handling of the protestsCarrie Lam and other Hong Kong officials should acknowledge that public confidence in the police and the government are plummeting, and agree to an independent investigation into the force’s handling of the protests

Opinion: There’s a way to fix the Hong Kong crisis - The Globe and Mail

“Apple just took the Quartz app out of the Chinese app store at the request of China, and https://t.co/M7MXa7n7AG is now blocked from mainland China. Our excellent @qz coverage of ongoing Hong Kong protests may be the reason: https://t.co/FI4pcyzARz”

John Keefe on Twitter: "Apple just took the Quartz app out of the Chinese app store at the request of China, and https://t.co/M7MXa7n7AG is now blocked from mainland China. Our excellent @qz coverage of ongoing Hong Kong protests may be the reason: https://t.co/FI4pcyzARz"

“So @Apple who caved to Communist China pressure, once known for famous ad showing woman throwing hammer & smashing a giant TV with glowering face of “1984”-like dictator ranting from it. Today, she’d take a squeegee & clean it so everyone could see Big Brother clearly. #sellout”

Gov. Mike Huckabee on Twitter: "So @Apple who caved to Communist China pressure, once known for famous ad showing woman throwing hammer & smashing a giant TV with glowering face of “1984”-like dictator ranting from it. Today, she’d take a squeegee & clean it so everyone could see Big Brother clearly. #sellout"

““Apple removed an app late Wednesday that enabled protesters in Hong Kong to track police, a day after facing intense criticism from Chinese state media for it.” https://t.co/E2EzTelOM9”

Saeed Jones on Twitter: "“Apple removed an app late Wednesday that enabled protesters in Hong Kong to track police, a day after facing intense criticism from Chinese state media for it.” https://t.co/E2EzTelOM9"

“Apple CEO Tim Cook defends removal of Hong Kong mapping app in email to employees https://t.co/1yXvkcP69q”

Lance Ulanoff on Twitter: "Apple CEO Tim Cook defends removal of Hong Kong mapping app in email to employees https://t.co/1yXvkcP69q"

The big winner of the day was 360 Ludashi, a Chinese software developer, which closed up more than 200 per cent in its trading debut in Hong Kong.The big winner of the day was 360 Ludashi, a Chinese software developer, which closed up more than 200 per cent in its trading debut in Hong Kong.

By Jessie Pang and Poppy McPherson HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s embattled government, which has enacted colonial-era emergency powers, said on Thursday it wouldBy Jessie Pang and Poppy McPherson HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s embattled government, which has enacted colonial-era emergency powers, said on Thursday it would

Hong Kong says not trying to stop protests, just violence | Euronews

Clamping down hard on protests in Hong Kong will only help in the short term. Beijing has not yet understood that many young Hong Kong citizens are experiencing their own Woodstock, writes Frank Sieren.Clamping down hard on protests in Hong Kong will only help in the short term. Beijing has not yet understood that many young Hong Kong citizens are experiencing their own Woodstock, writes Frank Sieren.

Sieren’s China: A revolutionary spark in Hong... | Taiwan News

Asia News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - Taiwan has expelled a mainland Chinese citizen for removing posters supporting the Hong Kong protests and banned the man from entering the island for 5 years. The man, named Li Shaodong, peeled off pro-Hong Kong protests posters from a "Lennon Wall" at the National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan's immigration department said on Wednesday.. Read more at AsiaOne

Taiwan deports Chinese tourist who tore down Hong Kong posters, Asia News - AsiaOne

Apple has been called out by Chinese state-run media as protecting “rioters,” while Blizzard bans a Hearthstone player for supporting Hong Kong.Apple has been called out by Chinese state-run media as protecting “rioters,” while Blizzard bans a Hearthstone player for supporting Hong Kong.

China's Sway Over Tech Companies Tested with Apple, Blizzard | Threatpost

HONG KONG — China's mainland army and police are not part of Hong Kong police operations, the city's government said on Thursday (Oct 10), responding to Internet rumours the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and mainland police were involved in trying to quell pro-democracy unrest. HONG KONG — China's mainland army and police are not part of Hong Kong police operations, the city's government said on Thursday (Oct 10), responding to Internet rumours the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and mainland police were involved in trying to quell pro-democracy unrest.

Mainland China troops and police not part of Hong Kong police operations: HK govt

Liberals, conservatives hammer Apple for removing Hong Kong app - POLITICO

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Apple pulls HKmap from App Store, the day after Chinese state media criticized its ‘unwise and reckless decision’ to approve it […]The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Apple pulls HKmap from App Store, the day after Chinese state media criticized its ‘unwise and reckless decision’ to approve it […]

Daily Crunch: Apple pulls Hong Kong app – TechCrunch

Apple has given into Chinese government demands yet again, this time imperiling the safety of Hong Kong residents in the process.Apple has given into Chinese government demands yet again, this time imperiling the safety of Hong Kong residents in the process.

Cowardly kowtowing to China means Hong Kong blood is on Apple's hands | VentureBeat