Reply to post: I doubt it was U.S. law that the app was violating

Here's that hippie, pro-privacy, pro-freedom Apple y'all so love: Hong Kong protest safety app banned from iOS store

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I doubt it was U.S. law that the app was violating

U.S. laws are pretty broadly written to allow assembly and to track demonstration-related police activity. Part of the constitutional protections of peaceful assembly.

More likely is that somebody in the PRC government complained to Apple.

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