Apple: We can promote freedom of expression in China as we block VPN apps


After inquiries from the US Senate, Apple has explained its rationale for why it cooperates with the Chinese government's demands for censorship: The company wants to engage with Beijing in hopes its authoritarian government will one day see the benefits of freedom of expression. 

For Apple, it's perhaps a tactic just crazy enough to work. 

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