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Apple removes Hong Kong police-tracking app

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Apple removes Hong Kong police-tracking app

Apple removes Hong Kong police-tracking app

Apple Inc on Wednesday removed an app that protestors in Hong Kong have used to track police movements from its app store, saying it violated rules because it was used to ambush police.

Michelle Hennessy reports.


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