October 8, 2019


This got less attention than when Apple pulled the Hong Kong police-tracking app from the App Store, but late last week it was restored in time for the weekend’s protests. Whether this was due to a change of heart at HQ, or (more likely) a screwup caused by the company’s notoriously flaky approval process, we’ll never know. Either way, it’s good that it’s back.

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