Report details security compromises Apple has made to placate China

A new investigation reveals some of the compromises that Apple has made in China to gain access to the booming market, including storing data on state-owned servers and censoring apps in the country that run afoul of local regulations.

Credit: Wang GangCredit: Wang GangCredit: Wang GangCredit: Wang Gang

China is a critical region for Apple, both in terms of product and services sales and because of a deep reliance on the country’s supply chain. China, in short, helped Apple become the world’s most valuable company.

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