HKmap.live was still easily accessible to Apple customers in the city. Photo: Stanley Shin

Apple chief Tim Cook defends decision to pull Hong Kong mapping app saying it was being used to target police

  • Tech giant’s boss defends decision to remove app from store – but it remains available on website and for Android users
  • Firm is accused of bowing to China’s demands as makers insist the app used to track police movements has been ‘censored’
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HKmap.live was still easily accessible to Apple customers in the city. Photo: Stanley Shin
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