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A US Senator Demands That Apple and Google Remove An App

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A US Senator Demands That Apple and Google Remove An App

A US Senator Demands That Apple and Google Remove An App

According to Business Insider, A US Senator has written to Apple and Google's CEOs to demand that they "immediately remove" a Saudi government app from their app stores which allows men to monitor and control the movements of women.

On Monday, Sen.

Ron Wyden of Oregon wrote to Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai, and said hosting the app, called Absher, "flies in the face of the type of society you both claim to support and defend.

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