Canada condemns Apple’s AirDrop changes affecting protestors in China

Canada’s House of Commons has “condemned” Apple for seemingly aiding the Chinese government’s crackdown on protesters by changing how AirDrop in iOS works.

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The House of Commons in Canada’s parliament has spoken against Apple’s move to introduce a ten-minute restriction to AirDrop, a change that started its roll-out in China. In a motion on Wednesday, the House resolved a motion “by unanimous consent” to “condemn” Apple, among other firms.

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